A woman who, though contagious, flew from Melbourne to Sydney has tested coronavirus positive.
Her diagnosis, confirmed by NSW Health on Tuesday, has prompted her fellow passengers to alert them.
She flew in Saturday on Jetstar flight JQ506.
Passengers in rows 10 through 14 on the same flight are classified as close contacts.
They are advised to self-isolate for 14 days, and to watch for coronavirus symptoms.
The woman, aged in her 30s, is now self-isolating, and followed up on her close contacts.
NSW Health confirmed 14 new coronavirus cases Tuesday.
Earlier in July, six were linked to a series of funeral services in south-west Sydney.
Of the other eight cases identified Tuesday, four were affiliated with Wetherill Park’s Thai Rock restaurant, and one with Potts Point’s Thai Rock.
A member of staff at restaurant The Apollo, also in Potts Point, tested positive.
One is in isolation in a Victoria, and the other case is a returning hotel quarantine traveller.