Sunday’s case number is two – exposure sites at Erina and West Gosford

Erina Fair

Sunday Aug 29, 2020. Central Coast Local Health District confirms that two local residents tested positive to COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.

One case has been in isolation while infectious. The source of their infection is under investigation. The second case is linked to a workplace in Sydney, and was in isolation during their infectious period.

Local Talley = 51

August 29, 2021

There have now been 51 local cases of COVID-19 since the start of the current outbreak.

Exposure sites

Several Central Coast locations have been identified as exposure sites, linked to previously notified cases.

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

  • Aldi, Erina Fair (Terrigal Drive, Erina)
    • o Monday 23 August, 11:10am to 11:40am
    • o Tuesday 24 August, 1:15pm to 1:35pm
  • Chemist Warehouse, Erina Fair (Terrigal Drive, Erina)
    • o Monday 23 August, 11:25am to 11:40am
  • Pacific Smiles Dental, Westfield Tuggerah (50 Wyong Rd, Tuggerah)
    • o Monday 23 August, 4:20pm to 4:40pm
  • KFC, West Gosford (69 Central Coast Hwy, West Gosford)
    • o Sunday 22 August, 3:30pm to 3:50pm
  • 7-Eleven, West Gosford (55 Central Coast Hwy, West Gosford)
    • o Monday 23 August, 8:40pm to 8:55pm
    • o Tuesday 24 August, 6:15pm to 6:40pm
  • 7-Eleven, Erina (214 The Entrance Rd, Erina)
    • o Monday 23 August, 10:55am to 11:10am

7 Comments on "Sunday’s case number is two – exposure sites at Erina and West Gosford"

  1. On daily 11am virus update WHY don’t they advise the affected suburbs on central coast so we are all made aware of what areas to avoid if possible..all they say is “central coast “ which is a big area..we need to be advised per that notification which suburbs

  2. Yvonne Brooker | August 30, 2021 at 6:32 pm |

    Yes I agree

  3. Helen Howson | August 31, 2021 at 11:26 am |

    Yes I agree. We need to know to avoid these shopping areas, etc so as to stay safe.

  4. Dianne Hindmarsh | August 31, 2021 at 1:54 pm |

    Yes should be notified of areas involved instead of just saying Central Coast.
    We have many suburbs up here.I don’t see what the problem is in letting us know.

  5. Hmm, I think you’re missing the point. Once the case has been at the exposure site on that date and time, it’s too late to “avoid” it. It’s more to advise that if you were there, then you need to be alert for symptoms/isolate.

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