Health authorities think a truck driver could be the source of the Crossroad Hotel's infections(ABC News: Jesse Dorsett)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelNSW health authorities scrambling to contain a coronavirus cluster in south-west Sydney are investigating whether a truck driver could be the outbreak's "patient zero".Key points:NSW Chief Medical Officer Kerry Chant said the pub was on a popular route for truck drivers It is also just 10 kilometres from the busy Southern Cross Transport TerminalThe TWU said drivers needed adequate access to rest areas and road houses to avoid fatigueThere are now 21 COVID-19 cases linked to the Crossroads Hotel at Casula, with several of those testing positive after attending the venue on July 3.The ABC understands the pub is popular among truck drivers and is within 10 kilometres of the busy Southern Cross Transport Terminal at Chipping Norton.NSW chief medical officer Kerry Chant yesterday confirmed authorities were looking at the possibility a truck driver may be the source of the Crossroads Hotel infection."This is called the Crossroads hotel for a reason, it is on a popular route," Dr Chant said."Clearly we are pursuing,
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