Motorists were waiting for as long as three hours for COVID-19 tests in Casula, in Sydney’s southwest, on July 14, as a local hotel became the city’s latest virus hot spot.
New South Wales Health urged anyone who had been to the Crossroads Hotel in Casula between July 3 and July 10 to self-isolate and get tested, and opened up a drive-in testing site at the hotel.
Laura Zambarno posted these videos of long lines at the site on July 14, telling Storyful she had to wait at least three hours before getting a test.
There were 13 new confirmed cases of coronavirus on July 14 according to state health authorities, with 10 of them linked to the Crossroads Hotel cluster. Credit: Laura Zambarno via Storyful