Two Coasties test positive to COVID

Sat, July 3, 2021. Central Coast Local Health District is providing care and support to two Central Coast residents who have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

They are currently in self-isolation at home, with health staff undertaking daily wellness checks.

One case is linked to the Great Ocean Foods seafood wholesaler in Marrickville. The second case is a household contact of the first case. Both cases were in self-isolation during their infectious period and there is no identified risk to the community.

One close contact has been identified and is in home isolation. They have tested negative for COVID-19.

Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast Adam Crouch MP said. “It is important that we all remain vigilant and adhere to the current restrictions put in place by the NSW Government.

“As our Premier has said, the next few days will be critical.

“The highly contagious Delta strain of COVID-19 will continue to spread if people do not follow the current Public Health Order.

“Regardless of where you live on the Central Coast, we need everyone to stay at home unless it is for an essential reason.”

The infected couple live in the 2261 postcode according to the Central Coast Local Health District.

Stay-at-home orders are in force in the Central Coast until Friday July 9 at 11.59pm.

Verified information sources: Central Coast Health media release , July 3, 2021 – Media Statement Adam Crouch Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast.

2 Comments on "Two Coasties test positive to COVID"

  1. Wendy Kable | July 3, 2021 at 5:48 pm |

    I hope he/she/they had a legitimate reason for being in Marrickville.

  2. gwen vidler | July 12, 2021 at 12:21 pm |

    everyone this refers to – pleases get your jab so all will gradually get back to normal

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