Two schools in Tomaree have been closed for contact tracing and cleaning.(ABC News: Karen Shrosbery)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelHere's what you need to know this morning.School closures after COVID-19 casesThe Port Stephens community on the NSW Central Coast is on high alert after reports of three new cases of COVID-19 which has led to the closure of two local schools and a childcare centre.NSW Health confirmed a student at Tomaree Public School tested positive to the virus and that both the primary school and nearby Tomaree High School are closed today for contact tracing and cleaning.Port Stephens MP Kate Washington said the Goodstart childcare centre at Anna Bay was also closed for similar reasons.Ms Stephens said all three new cases were linked to a 60-year-old Port Stephens man who contracted the virus after coming into contact with a Sydney man.No fines for NSW self-isolators NSW Police say they have checked on 800 people who are supposed to be self-isolating in the last 48 hours and have issued no fines.Police did not reveal how many warnings had been issued in the same period.Since 17 March, NSW Police said they have carried out almost 20,000 compliance checks.The update from police comes after the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian warned authorities would "throw the book" at people caught flouting social distancing restrictions.Aged care risk downplayedHealth authorities have played down the risk of a coronavirus outbreak in a Sydney aged care home after a staff member tested positive to COVID-19.Ashfield Baptist Homes said the staff member worked three shifts at the aged care facility?after dining at the Thai Rock restaurant in Wetherill Park on July 12 where a known cluster originated. All residents and staff from the Ashfield nursing home have been tested and the facility is closed to visitors pending the test results. NSW Health said it considered the risk of transmission to be "very low" as the infected staff member wore masks, gloves and gowns while working with elderly residents.BLM rally in court NSW Police are trying to shut down the Black Lives Matter rally scheduled for Tuesday.(Supplied: John Janson-Moore)Efforts from NSW Police to block next week's Black Lives Matter protest in central Sydney will be heard in the Supreme Court this afternoon.Organisers have applied for permission with the police to hold the rally next Tuesday in the CBD.But NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said he would not authorise it to go ahead due to concerns about the potential spread of COVID-19.However, organiser Paddy Gibson rejected those grounds and said there was a plan in place to carry out the rally safely.Verdict for accused bomber Leonard Warwick pleaded not guilty to a string of murders and bombings.(AAP Image: Brendan Esposito)A man accused of four murders and a string of bombings in Sydney in the 1980s will learn his fate today after a disjointed, marathon trial.The judge-only trial of Leonard John Warwick, 73, began in May 2018 and was initially scheduled to take six months.Supreme Court Justice Peter Garling began considering his verdicts in April this year, nearly two years later.Mr Warwick, a former firefighter, denies two dozen offences including four murders and maliciously blowing up a court between 1980 and 1985.Thursday's weatherEarly fog and frost, mainly in the west.Min.Max.CBD818Parramatta418
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