Covid-infected shopper sets up bottle shop 500km from Sydney in popular coastal city – as SEVENTEEN new virus-exposed locations in NSW are unveiled
A popular Woolworths, Coles and Aldi have been added to a late-night list of Sydney’s ever-growing exposure sites as a Covid-infected shopper spikes a bottle shop 500km from the city.
New South Wales Health added 17 new sites exposed to the virus late Monday night, including a bottle shop in Coffs Harbor on the state’s Mid-North Coast.
Most of the warnings were issued for Covid-affected suburbs in southwestern Sydney, including a popular Woolworths and petrol station.
It comes as NSW is bracing for another day of triple-digit daily cases after 105 new locally acquired infections were reported Sunday, bringing the total number of transmissions to 1,242 since the outbreak began on June 16.
Anyone who visited the Hoey Moey Bottleshop in Coffs Harbor on Thursday, July 15 from 3:55 PM to 4:10 PM is requested to undergo 14 days of testing and isolation.
The same advice applies to shoppers who visited the Free Choice at the Fairfield Forum on Saturday 17th July from 9am to 4pm or the Ampol Foodery in Padstow on Tuesday 6th July from 3:45pm to 4pm.
A JB Hi-Fi, a Vodafone and an Optus store in Wetherill Park were also exposed to a Covid-infected shopper on Thursday, July 15.