The former special forces soldier was briefly in self-isolation pending a test result after visiting a COVID-19 exposure site in the Sydney CBD during his defamation trial.

Mr Roberts-Smith is suing The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald for defamation over a series of reports in 2018 that he says portray him as a war criminal and accuse him of an act of domestic violence against a woman with whom he was having an affair.
He denies all wrongdoing. The media outlets are seeking to rely chiefly on a defence of truth, but also argue he is not identified in some of the articles.
Barrister Nicholas Owens, SC, started his cross-examination of Mr Roberts-Smith on Thursday and was expected to continue for the bulk of the week.
Mr Moses said Mr Roberts-Smiths legal team had asked the newspapers lawyers whether his cross-examination might continue by way of audiovisual link, but this was not agreed.
Participants and observers in the courtroom, including barristers who were not speaking, wore masks in court in line with restrictions announced by the state government on Sunday.
NSW recorded two new local cases of COVID-19 on Monday, following an expansion of existing restrictions throughout Sydney and the state on Sunday.
As of Monday, there were 11cases associated with the eastern suburbs cluster.
The initial case in NSW was a driver in his 60s who interacted with international air crews.
Subsequent infections include the drivers wife, a woman in her 70s who visited a Vaucluse cafe at the same time as the driver, a man in his 50s who walked past the driver at the Myer store in Westfield Bondi Junction, an eastern suburbs woman in her 40s who frequented the same Westfield and a man in his 30s who visited the shopping centre at a known exposure time.
People in seven local government areas – Randwick, Bayside, Canada Bay, Inner West, City of Sydney, Waverley and Woollahra – are now required to wear masks indoors, including in retail settings, unless they are eating or drinking.
Masks on public transport, which were made mandatory in Sydney on Friday, are also required to be worn in Shellharbour and Wollongong until Thursday.
with Pallavi Singhal
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