The owners of the Potts Point restaurant are the same people who own the Thai Rock restaurant in Wetherill Park, which has to date been linked to 67 cases of coronavirus… A Thai restaurant in Sydney's Potts Point has been closed for cleaning after a staff member tested positive to coronavirus, according to NSW Health. The Thai Rock outbreak, has now been linked to 67 cases, after spreading to its Potts Point restaurant after a staff member at the inner city venue tested positive. Potts Point Located on Bayswater Road, just up from Rushcutters Bay and down from the Kings Cross train station, you’ll find all your favourite Thai classics on the menu here, with plenty of meat, seafood and vegan options so everyone is more than catered for. One of the cases is a staff member. NSW Health has issued a warning to patrons of the Thai Rock restaurant at Potts Point which has the same owners as its namesake eatery in Wetherill Park linked to 67 coronavirus cases. A second Thai Rock restaurant is at the centre of a coronavirus isolation warning after a staff member at the Potts Point restaurant tested positive for COVID-19. NSW Health later on Sunday urged anyone who attended the Thai Rock restaurant in Potts Point in Sydney’s east for more than two hours between 15 … Anyone who attended Thai Rock restaurant in Potts Point between July 15 and July 25 for at least two hours is being told to self isolate for 14 days and to get tested immediately. Two new coronavirus cases were linked to The Apollo in Potts Point and the venue has now been closed for cleaning. NSW health has issued public health warning for Potts Point following a cluster of coronavirus cases linked to The Apollo and Thai Rock restaurants. If you are directed to isolate, you must remain in isolation for a full 14 days even if your initial test is negative. The Thai Rock Potts Point has the same owners as Thai Rock Wetherill Park, which has now been linked to 67 cases of COVID, but investigations to date have not identified links between cases at the two sites. The restaurant's sister Thai Rock in Potts Point was connected to two additional cases, taking the size of that cluster in the densely-populated eastern Sydney suburb to seven. New genomic sequencing has linked coronavirus cases at two Thai Rock restaurants in NSW, one in Wetherill Park and one in Potts Point, despite the eateries being 32km away from each other. A second Sydney Thai Rock restaurant has closed for deep cleaning after a worker tested positive to the coronavirus.