What were they expecting anyway? Free doughnut give away was bound to gain interest and draw the crowds - and the reality is that people who are prepared to line up are the ones who aren't social distancing or isolating at home. So could it be possible that the attempt to promote backfires if infections are traced back to some of the lines of people waiting for free donughts?
More and more known venues dotted around Sydney - not just south-west Sydney. But that's a past problem and only the tip of the iceberg. If you were at these venues or around these venues at the dates and times in question, get yourself tested - that's the easy part. The real problem is where else, especially in-between venues that are unknown, and the danger that there are people potentially walking around spreading an infection unknowingly (or worst still, knowingly or carelessly).
We've been following this story on Facebook before it broke into the mainstream media. While people who visited the venue have been encouraged to get tested, this is a very narrow view of how the infection spreads and who could be affected or infected.
This venue is potentially just one destination among many that this individual may have visited that day, not to mention the journey too and from this and other destinations, everywhere else in between, as well as before and after the dates and times mentioned. The infection or the risk of infection isn't just limited to that place at that time...