Canberrans who visited several NSW venues in the past fortnight will be legally required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
The territory has introduced the policy in its bid to stop the spread of coronavirus across the border, following outbreaks in Sydney and two cases linked to Batemans Bay.
The direction was announced following another consecutive day of no new cases of COVID-19 in the ACT on Saturday.
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A statement from ACT Health said anyone who visited the Crossroads Hotel in Casula between July 3-10, Planet Fitness in Casula from July 4-10 and the Picton Hotel between July 4-5 and July 9-10 would be required to quarantine inside their homes.
ACT Health said anyone who attended those venues at those times should identify themselves through the COVID-19 hotline and get tested.
The statement said ACT Government was aware of two positive test results from people who had visited Batemans Bay.
A father and son tested positive to the virus after returning to Sydney, following a visit to the South Coast.
According to the statement, NSW Health was in the process of contact tracing patrons of the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club between 7-9.30pm on July 13 and contacts from the BIG4 Batemans Bay East Caravan Park on July 13-14.
NSW Health spokesperson Dr Jeremy McAnulty announced on Saturday the pair had also visited McDonald's at Albion Park on July 15, from 2-2.30pm.
Dr McAnulty said anyone who was at the Batemans Bay venues should get tested, however, patrons who attended those venues were not included in to mandatory self-quarantine direction.
"Anyone who attended these locations should monitor their health closely and if symptoms of COVID-19 develop, no matter how mild, self-isolate and get a COVID-19 test," ACT Health said in the statement.
While NSW Health had no ordered the closure of the Batemans Bay venues, Soldiers Club CEO Paul Biddlestone had made the decision to shut its doors until July 21.
Mr Biddlestone told the Bay Post he wanted to give staff the opportunity to get themselves tested.
"We want to make sure we are going above and beyond what is expected," Mr Biddlestone said.
There was 15 new cases identified in NSW before 8pm on Friday, bringing the total cases to 3361.
Of the new cases, four were from overseas travel and were in hotel quarantine, five were contacts linked to the Crossroads hotel, one was linked to the Planet Fitness gym, one was linked to the Thai Rock Restaurant in Wetherill Park and five were under investigation.
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