Two new local cases and five new exposure sites

Bunnings TuggerahThe Bunnings at Tuggerah

Wednesday August 11, 2021: Central Coast Local Health District confirms an additional two local residents have tested positive to COVID-19.

There is no known link between these two cases, who are both currently in isolation. The source of infection for these cases is under investigation.

There have now been 23 local cases of COVID-19 since the start of the current outbreak in June.

A number of Central Coast locations have been identified as exposure sites.

Anyone who attended the following venues on the dates and times listed is a casual contact who must immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received, even if you have had a test in recent days If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in the past four days, you must get another test on day five from the date of exposure. 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:

Caltex (100 Chittaway Road, Chittaway)
o Tuesday3August,5.30am–5.45am o Thursday5August,5.30am–5.45am o Friday6August,5.30am-5.45am
o Monday9August,5.30am–5.45am o Tuesday10August,5.30am–5.45am

Coles (Chittaway Point, cnr Chittaway and Wyong Roads) 

o Tuesday3August,4.40pm–5pm
o Sunday8August,3pm–3.25pm

Bunnings Tuggerah (cnr Bryant Drive and Wyong Road, Tuggerah) 

o Sunday1August,11.35am–11.50am
o Tuesday3August,4.20pm–4.40pm

Woolworths Bateau Bay (Bateau Bay Square, 12 Bay Village Road, Bateau Bay) 

o Saturday7August,1.40pm–2pm

Coles (Deepwater Plaza, Woy Woy)
o Monday9August,8.30am–9am

The list of exposure sites are listed on the NSW Health case locations web page. exposure sites may be announced as investigations continue.

Verified information source: Central Coast Local Health District media release: August 11, 2021

3 Comments on "Two new local cases and five new exposure sites"

  1. The amount of cars travelling on Woy Woy Road at peak times, from Sydney metropolitan area, is a joke. There is just as much heavy traffic coming from the south, as the same as normal times. This needs to be stopped, as these people are putting the whole Central Coast at risk.

  2. Frances Bailey | August 15, 2021 at 12:51 pm |

    Why are Smoke Mart at Lakehaven open with group of 3 teenagers gathered outside.

  3. Summerland point boat jetty is packed with trailers-
    I’m sure their up from Sydney to weekenders / second homes
    Should be patrolling here -to flouting the COVID rules

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