The owners of a pizza shop in Sanctuary Point at the centre of a COVID-19 breach have taken to social media to reassure customers the premises has been cleared. Pizza Paradise at Sanctuary Point was closed for cleaning out of extreme caution after a customer from Sydney's Northern Beaches was fined for the breach. Owners Jane and Ray Patterson issued a statement on Thursday afternoon saying their staff have all returned negative COVID tests. "We would like to address recent reports of a COVID-19 breach at Pizza Paradise," Mrs Patterson said. "A woman has entered the shop on Tuesday 22nd of December to purchase pizzas and subsequently left to eat in a park." The statement said the woman and her partner then required ambulance assistance for a suspected spider bite. "The lady in question and her partner along with myself, Ray, and all staff have had mandated COVID-19 tests which have come back negative," Jane "We have remained shut and are abiding by all laws and regulations notified by the health department and police. "All restrictions to my business, family staff and their families have been lifted today and we can continue our normal daily routines; however we have chosen to remain shut for the next three days to enjoy Christmas with our families and will reopen on the 27th as normal. "Again, we would like to let the community know that there has been no detection of COVID-19 at all in our business. "Thank you for your understanding." Earlier on Thursday, NSW Police said officers had received reports the woman had collapsed at the pizza shop and was treated at Shoalhaven Hospital the following day. Police were told the woman appeared to be experiencing symptoms - however declined to be tested - and left the hospital. Officers attended a home in Sanctuary Point and spoke with a 37-year-old woman from Bilgola Plateau and three other occupants. All parties were directed to self-isolate. The woman has since been issued a $1000 PIN for allegedly failing to comply with the requirements of a public health order - COVID-19.