Urgent coronavirus alert at one of Sydney’s biggest clubs – at risk for anyone entering the slots
An urgent warning about the corona virus has been issued at one of Sydney’s largest clubs.
A patron infected with COVID-19 attended Juniors Kingsford rugby club in east Sydney between September 26 and October 2.
Anyone who has visited the ground floor or level two play areas in the league club has been urged to check for symptoms of the coronavirus.
An urgent coronavirus warning has been issued after an infectious person visited The Juniors Kingsford, in east Sydney (Coronavirus test in east Sydney on Thursday)
Cartridges showing signs of COVID-19 should immediately isolate themselves and be tested.
A statement from chief executive officer Geoff Knight urged customers to monitor their health.
“If you don’t feel sick or show signs of COVID-19, you can continue with your activities, but we ask that you remain vigilant for any signs or symptoms,” he said.
Mr. Knight explained that the club was regularly cleaned to prevent the spread of the corona virus.
“For your safety, our cleaning staff thoroughly clean the site every night with government-approved Covid-effective chemicals,” he said.
‘Our employees also constantly clean with the same chemicals during the trade.
“You should be reassured by the fact that the risk of infection is kept to an absolute minimum by following government-recommended COVID procedures.”
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