Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.WatchDuration: 1 minute 35 seconds1m 35s Gladys Berejiklian said authorities will throw the book at people who break coronavirus restrictions(ABC News)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelHealth authorities have confirmed a staff member at Ashfield Baptist Homes, an aged care facility in Sydney's inner-west, has tested positive for coronavirus.Key points:Restrictions and mandatory hygiene regulations for venues will come into force at 12:01am on FridayMs Berejiklian said she would not support shifting border checkpoints with QLDNSW Health said it was able to determine the source of every new COVID-19 case recorded overnightThe staff member dined at Thai Rock at Wetherill Park, and means the restaurant's total cluster is 37.NSW Health said all staff and residents of Ashfield Baptist Homes were now being tested.The facility is closed to all visitors pending the test results.Authorities said the risk to other staff and residents was considered to be very low because the staff member wore masks, gloves and gowns while working with residents and did not work while symptomatic.For the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic follow our live coverage.Earlier today, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian warned police and regulators "will throw the book at everybody who is not doing the right thing" after the state recorded another 16 coronavirus cases overnight.The Premier said the "next few weeks are the most critical in NSW" and authorities would be cracking down on breaches of the public health order when restrictions tighten on Friday."Any business that doesn't do the right thing, will have the book thrown at them," she said."If we don't find them ourselves, we expect members of the community to let us know or staff members for that matter."Restrictions, including mandatory COVID-Safe registration for venues and a reduced cap on group bookings, will come into force from 12:01am on Friday.The Premier said until this point the State Government strategy was a "self-regulatory approach".Read more about coronavirus:Don't want to stack shelves? Why the new JobSeeker rules mean refusing a job will come at a costQuarantine guards in Melbourne hotels were recruited via WhatsAppA digital record of the patrons' attendance will also be compulsory within 24 hours and venues will be required to have a hygiene marshal.The Premier said people have been given ample time to ensure their businesses were COVID-safe and urged people "not to cut corners, not to turn a blind eye" and "not to pretend they are immune"."If you don't do the right thing from Friday,
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