68 local cases over the weekend

Kmart at Erina Fair

Monday Sep 20, 2021: A sum of 68 local positive cases of COVID-19 have been identified on the Central Coast over the last three daily reporting periods to 8pm Sunday night. 23 new potential exposure sites and times have also been released.

There have now been 407 local cases of COVID-19 in the Central Coast Local Health District CCLHD since the start of the current outbreak in June, 2021.

Local case tally = 407

Exposure sites and times

An extensive list of 23 new potential exposure sites and times have been released as well, many in popular supermarkets across the region.

CCLHD advises anyone who attended the following venues at the dates and times listed is regarded as a ‘casual contact’.

Casual Contacts are instructed to be tested immediately and isolate until a negative result has been received, even if you have had a test in recent days.

  1. 7-Eleven, Kanwal (207 Wallarah Rd, Kanwal)
    • Monday 13 September, 11:50am to 12:20pm
  2. Bunnings, West Gosford – Trade Shop and Timber Yard areas only (3 Yallambee Ave, West Gosford)
    • Friday 10 September, 7:25am to 8:15am
  3. BYO Cellars, Budgewoi (1/52 Tenth Ave, Budgewoi)
    • Saturday 11 September, 7:05pm to 7:35pm
  4. Café on Rawson, Woy Woy (68a Rawson Rd, Woy Woy)
    • Monday 6 September, 7:55am to 8:35am
  5. Coles, Bateau Bay (Bateau Bay Square, 12 Bay Village Rd, Bateau Bay) 
    • Wednesday 8 September, 12:05pm to 12:40pm
  6. Coles Chittaway Point (Chittaway Bay Shopping Centre, 100 Chittaway Rd, Chittaway Bay)
    • Saturday 11 September, 12:25pm to 12:40pm
  7. Coles, Green Point (Cnr Sun Valley Rd & Avoca Drv, Green Point)
    • Saturday 11 September, 7:00pm to 7:40pm
  8. Coles, Killarney Vale (Cnr Wyong Rd & South St, Killarney Vale) 
    • Saturday 11 September, 7:40pm to 8:20pm
  9. Coles, San Remo (21 Pacific Hwy, Northlakes Shopping Centre, San Remo) 
    • Monday 6 September, 2:40pm to 3:00pm
    • Monday 6 September, 3:50pm to 5:55pm
  10. Coles, The Entrance (The Entrance Rd & Dening St, The Entrance) 
    • Thursday 9 September, 8:00pm to 8:20pm
  11. Coles, Toukley (781/17-21 Yaralla St, Hargraves St, Toukley) 
    • Saturday 11 September, 7:55pm to 8:20pm
    • Sunday 12 September, 2:35pm to 3:00pm
    • Sunday 12 September, 3:50pm to 4:20pm
    • Sunday 12 September, 7:45pm to 8:15pm
    • Monday 13 September, 11:50am to 12:20pm 
    • Monday 13 September, 8:25pm to 8:55pm
    • Tuesday 14 September, 1:00pm to 2:00pm
  12. Coles, Wyoming (Wyoming Shopping Centre, Pacific Hwy, Wyoming) 
    • Friday 10 September, 7:15pm to 7:30pm
    • Sunday 12 September, 12:10pm to 12:35pm
  13. Coles, Umina Beach (4 Oscar St, Umina Beach)
    • Tuesday 7 September, 3:50pm to 5:10pm 
    • Saturday 11 September, 4:10pm to 4:35pm 
    • Saturday 11 September, 5:35pm to 5:55pm 
    • Monday 13 September, 3:00pm to 3:20pm 
    • Tuesday 14 September, 6:10pm to 6:30pm
  14. Empire Bay Cellars (3 Sorrento Rd, Empire Bay)
    • Tuesday 14 September, 5:05pm to 5:15pm
  15. King of the Pack, Umina Beach (286 West St, Umina Beach)
    • Saturday 11 September, 2:25pm to 2:40pm
  16. Matt’s Diner Takeaway, Lake Munmorah (1 Elizabeth Bay Dr, Lake Munmorah)
    • Sunday 12 September, 3:15pm to 3:55pm
  17. Wamberal Pharmacy (658 The Entrance Rd, Wamberal)
    • Tuesday 14 September, 3:20pm to 3:35pm
  18. Bateau Bay Hotel (65 Lumby Drive, Bateau Bay)
    • Wednesday 15 September, 6:05pm to 6:15pm
  19. Cheeky Charlie’s Café, Erina (Fountain Plaza, 148 The Entrance Road, Erina) 
    • Tuesday 14 September, 8:05am to 8:15am
  20. Forest Fruit Market, Toukley (300 Main Road, Toukley) 
    • Sunday 12 September, 8:55am to 9:10am
  21. Kmart, Erina (Karalta Road, Erina)
    • Sunday 12 September, 4:50pm to 7:05pm
  22. Woolworths, Lake Haven (Lake Haven Shopping Centre, Lake Haven Drive, Lake Haven)
    • Sunday 12 September, 2:00pm to 2:40pm 
    • Sunday 12 September, 4:25pm to 5:30pm
  23. Woolworths, Umina Beach (261-275 Trafalgar Street Corner West Street, Umina Beach)
    • Friday 10 September, 6:20pm to 6:30pm

To see a full list of all exposure sites in NSW, visit NSW Health case locations web page.page1image3396471392

11 Comments on "68 local cases over the weekend"

  1. In the name of public safety can we PLEASE lock up these morons that repeatedly attend supermarkets whilst infectious!

    • Can we please lock up the morons that still don’t understand delta, people don’t have symptoms, they don’t know they have covid, they’ve probably not even been at an exposure site which is why they go to supermarket. Come on Jim do you keep up with the latest?

  2. Clive Anderson | September 20, 2021 at 5:04 pm |

    I totally agree with Jim about persons who know they are infectious attending areas also not waiting after a test to get their results
    Who is policing the double vaccination rule at beaches and car parks what I saw on the weekend at Norah Head and Soldiers beach car park was disgusting so much for stay at home rules

  3. Clearly Clive you were not at home either.
    (people in glass house) springs to mind.

  4. Why is the Central Coast not being made an LGA of concern? Cases are still growing and yet others get locked down harder with fewer numbers?

    • Believe it or not we’re already in lockdown.
      Cases are growing because some people think the restrictions don’t apply to them, rather than punish the majority of people who are doing the right thing the question should be why aren’t we making an example of fools who blatantly disregard the safety of others by defying health orders.

  5. Not everyone is getting tested they jjust go on as normal

  6. Listen here ROBERT, I back Clive, do not know him, yet this sight is for comments to news articles, you are not to personally attack someone, so please refrain from personal attacks on people, that behaviour is disrespectful and what a bully would do.

  7. How about everyone listen | September 25, 2021 at 1:54 pm |

    Well in the end people fines need to be increased and everyone needs to follow the restrictions yes its hard other wise none of us will be able to leave our houses and everything will shut down and I for one don’t want to have explain to my elderly mother how to do her shopping online or tell my daughter she isn’t allowed outside so how about you all follow the farking things that have been put in place or for the stupid ones that think they don’t have to I have a shovel to slap you with if you like cause I would like to be able to have some sort of life and celebrate special occasions

  8. When did over 59ers become lesser Aussies, when covid first arrived we were classed as most vulnerable,when did that change

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