Health officials have issued urgent warnings about venues visited by a teen who tested positive for coronavirus after traveling around the NSW area.
Dr. New South Wales chief health officer Kerry Chant has announced that two new cases have been identified in the community since the 8 p.m. deadline last night.
Restaurants, gas stations and a holiday park in western New South Wales were added to the virus exposure list after a man from Sydney traveled thousands of miles to the New South Wales region without knowing it.
The 18-year-old visited five venues in Orange, Nyngan and Broken Hill over the weekend after contracting the virus in Berala, a growing cluster in western Sydney.
NSW Health says anyone who’s been to Broken Hill’s Gourmet Cribtin between 10am and 10am. 40-11. Saturday 2nd. January, 8pm or Birdie Noshery and Drinking Est. in orange between 12. Sunday 3rd. January, 30–2pm is considered close contact.
Those who were there at the time should be tested immediately and self-isolate for 14 days regardless of the result.
Individuals who were at the Nyngan Riverside Tourist Park on Saturday and Sunday are considered casual contacts. They should be tested and self-isolated until they get a negative result.
Lastly, everyone who ran the Broken Hill Shell between Jan.. January and 10th. Visited January. 52-10. 55 a.m. and Nyngan BP between 9. 10-9. At 3. January at 1 p.m. should be monitored for symptoms.
Pop-up testing clinics were set up on Tuesday at the Laverty drive-through service at the Orange Showground and at the Fever Clinic at Orange Hospital.
Additional test sites will open on Tuesday (from 2 p.m.) and Wednesday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) at the Big Bogan statue in Nyngan.
The Broken Hill Community Center reopened Tuesday and is open until 4:00 p.m. and then 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every weekday.
Thousands of shoppers at a Woolworths in west Sydney have been asked to get tested for COVID-19 as the list of potential exposure dates expands to 11 days.
Anyone between the ages of 20. and 31. Visited the Berala store on December 12th was instructed to undergo testing and isolation until it gets a negative result.
“And please keep looking for symptoms. If they show up, get tested again, ”said Dr. Kerry Chant, NSW’s chief health officer.
NSW Health issued the warning as the number of cases associated with the Berala cluster continues to increase.
She was also concerned that residents of the regional NSW may have been exposed to the coronavirus after the 18-year-old’s trip to the west of the state.
He tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday after receiving text stating he was in close contact with the growing Berala BWS cluster in Sydney.
« The case is still being consulted and some exposure sites may be cleared and tested (requirements / advice), » said Dr. Chant.
@NSWHealth would like to inform you of extended times and dates, as well as updated health advice for a venue in South Sydney and a supermarket and liquor store in West Sydney. picture. Twitter. com / d3OBgR9c5I
“I can thank his travel companions who have already introduced themselves for testing and are waiting for the results. ”
In the meantime, anyone who has been in the play area at Earlwood Bardwell Park RSL for an hour or more between 8am. 52 p.m. and 11 a.m.. The 28th. December at 30 o’clock is considered close contact.
A hair salon and movie theater are among the newest venues to be added as hotspots in NSW after also being visited by a positive case.
Everyone who attended the 10th. 10 a.m. screening of The Croods: A New Age on Nov.. December at Reading Cinema in Auburn is considered close contact and requires 14 days of isolation and testing.
NSW Health said everyone else in the cinema was an occasional contact during this time and should be tested.
OKS Beauty and Hair in Lidcombe was also attended by a positive case, NSW Health said.
Customers in the store between 10. On the 31st. December at 30 and 12 noon we are asked to be tested and isolated.
NSW registered five new cases on Tuesday, one of which will be included in Wednesday’s numbers.
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