Around 100 fans of Taylor Swift turn Covid positive after party to celebrate new album


An event held by fans of Taylor Swift in Sydney to celebrate the singer’s recent release of new album ‘Red (Taylor’s Version) turned out to be a Covid-19 spreader after around 100 of the attendees tested positive for Covid.
The party was held on December 10th. Taylor Swift however did not attend the event but close to 100 were tested positive. All the other attendees were asked to get tested immediately and to self isolate for 7 days.

The New South Wales Health Department has tagged Metro Theatre in Sydney as a new venue of concern and has asked all household contacts of close contacts to get tested and to self isolate till a negative result is received by everyone in the household.
It is stated that around 600 people attended the event. The NSW Health Department is reminding people about the importance of maintaining Covid safe practices especially at social events during the festive season.
It has also alerted people about the fines for those people who do not comply with the isolation, testing and quarantine requirements. Fines for individuals have increased from US $1,000 to US $5,000 and for corporations from US $5,000 to US $10,000.



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