Fresh exposure sites revealed

Chittaway Shopping Centre

August 13, 2021: Central Coast Local Health District is advising the community of new exposure sites on the Central Coast.

Anyone who attended the following venues on the dates and times listed is a casual contact. Casual contacts must immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received, even if you have had a test in recent days:

  • Lanas Café (256 Lakedge Avenue, Berkeley Vale) 
    • o Sunday 1 August, 7.20am to 7.30am
      o Saturday 7 August, 8.05am to 8.15am
  • Chittaway Shopping Centre (100 Chittaway Road, Chittaway Bay) 
    • o Monday 2 August, 4.45pm to 5.30pm
      o Wednesday 4 August, 4.35pm to 5.15pm
  • Liquor Stax Berkeley Vale Cellars (258 Lakedge Ave, Berkeley Vale) 
    • o Friday 6 August, 5.35pm to 5.40pm
  • Petbarn Tuggerah (2 Anzac Road, Tuggerah)
    • o Saturday 7 August, 10.15am to 10.30am
  • Bateau Bay Square (12 Bay Village Road, Bateau Bay) 
    • o Saturday 7 August, 1.30pm to 2.00pm
  • BelSorriso Italian Restaurant (254 Lakedge Avenue, Berkeley Vale) 
    • o Wednesday 4 August, 6.00pm to 6.15pm
      o Monday 9 August, 5.50pm to 6.05pm*
  • Brown Sugar Bakery (15 Forresters Beach Road, Forresters Beach) 
    • o Sunday 1 August, 8.25am to 8.30am
  • Sydney Tools Tuggerah (20-124 Pacific Hwy, Tuggerah) 
    • o Sunday 1 August, 11.10am to 11.40am

* Please note: If the day and time you visited is marked with an asterisk (*), then you must get another test five days after you visited. Wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.

Verified information source: Media release Central Coast Local Health District, August 12 & 13, 2021

6 Comments on "Fresh exposure sites revealed"

  1. Margaret O'Keefe | August 13, 2021 at 6:38 pm |

    I was just wondering Vic has drive through vacines in old bunnings stores why don’t we use the old bunnings site at West gos for the same up here on the coast I know they don’t own it anymore but surely gov can use it

  2. Surely if we have had both shots there is something we could do to help in our lga with volunteering to help those in need,maybe taking the pressure off those that need a rest

  3. deahnne Kinny | August 14, 2021 at 5:22 am |

    I live in Terrigal and the only thing that has changed about this congregating species is they now wear active wear Their fluffy companions have no idea of Social distanceing and if the people who are walking around in groups every weekend aren’t from Sydney iwill get a fluffy rescue dog like this entitled crew and buy them all a Coffee…

  4. I would like some advice please. My wife is disabled and has a carer who comes to us every monday afternoon for four hours. Part of their pogram usually involves driving to Norah Head Soldiors Beach car park to watch for Wales, they normally take afternoon tea with them and do not leave the car. The park is nine klm’s from home at San Remo. Question, does the new lockdown forbid this activity. both she and her carer are fully vaccinated. Your advice would be appreciated.

  5. Gary Nicholson | August 16, 2021 at 3:54 pm |

    I am appalled at the number of stupid people along the waterfront at ettalong beach.they congregate in the kids play area,they sit eating and drinking on the wall,all without masks and all less than 1.5m apart.

  6. Ann mcnulty | August 19, 2021 at 5:35 pm |

    Wear a mask you know it makes sense

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