Case numbers jump over the weekend

Coasties are urged to continue undergoing testing in the wake of the latest outbreaks.

Monday Sep 13, 2021: A total of 49 local residents have tested positive to COVID-19 over the weekend in the 48 hours to 8pm Sunday night. A fresh list of 15 new potential exposure sites has been released by Central Coast Local Health District.

Thirty seven (37) cases are linked to known cases and the source of infection of 11 cases is under investigation by local contact tracers.

A total of 14 of the cases were in the community while infectious.

Local case tally = 269

Monday Sep 13, 2021

This brings the total local case tally to 269 since the start of the current outbreak in June this year.

Exposure sites

  • 7-Eleven Watanobbi (156 Pacific Hwy, Wyong)
    • Wednesday 1 September, 11:35am-11:45am
  • Coles Bateau Bay (Bateau Bay Square, 12 Bay Village Rd, Bateau Bay) 
    • Tuesday 7 September, 11am-11:55am
  • Coles Erina (Erina Fair Shopping Centre, Terrigal Drive, Erina) 
    • Sunday 5 September, 5:45pm-6:15pm
  • Coles Toukley (Cnr Yaralla and Hargraves Streets, Toukley) 
    • Monday 6 September, 8:00pm-8:35pm
  • Coles Tuggerah (Westfield Shopping Centre, 50 Wyong Rd, Tuggerah) 
    • Friday 3 September, 4:20pm-5:10pm
  • Crystal Blue Takeaway, Mannering Park (74 Vales Rd, Mannering Park) 
    • Monday 30 August, 3:05pm-3:30pm
  • Harris Farm Markets, Erina (Erina Fair Shopping Centre, Terrigal Drive, Erina) 
    • Sunday 5 September, 5:40pm-5:55pm
  • IGA North Wyong (Shop 2, 34-38 Cutler Drive, North Wyong) 
    • Monday 30 August, 4pm-4:15pm
    • Wednesday 1 September, 11:20am-11:45am
  • Woolworths Lake Munmorah (1 Tall Timbers Rd, Lake Munmorah) 
    • Friday 3 September, 12:45pm-1:00pm
  • Woolworths Tuggerah (Westfield Shopping Centre, 50 Wyong Rd, Tuggerah) 
    • Saturday 4 September, 5:50pm-6:25pm
  • Bunnings Tuggerah (Corner Bryant Drive and Wyong Rd, Tuggerah) 
    • Tuesday 31 August, 9:45am-10:20am
    • Tuesday 31 August, 6:25pm-6:50pm
  • Coles Killarney Vale (Wyong Road/South Street, Killarney Vale) 
    • Saturday 4 September 2:30pm-2:45pm
    • Sunday 5 September, 10:25pm-10:40pm
    • Monday 6 September, 11:55am-12:10pm
  • Coles Wyong Village Central Wyong (11 – 18 Alison Rd, Wyong) 
    • Tuesday 31 August, 12:30pm-12:40pm
  • The Old Bakery, Wyong (12/34-48 Cutler Dr, Wyong) 
    • Tuesday 31 August, 8:45am-8:50am
  • Wyong Post Office (23 Alison Rd, Wyong)
    • Tuesday 31 August, 12:35pm-12:50pm

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

6 Comments on "Case numbers jump over the weekend"

  1. Concerning that the government are mandating proof of vaccine. There are literally thousands of people who cannot link their Medicare to their MyGov account. M/care can take up to 20 weeks to help you sort the mess out so,until then, no proof. Is this something for media to look into?

  2. Central Coast can do better with vaccinations. We are lagging the city areas. We can do better to protect our wonderful community. Please everybody get your jab.

  3. ALicia morales morales | September 14, 2021 at 12:44 pm | Reply

    The Entrance people don’t follow the covic rules
    They been gathering around without mask since day one

  4. Therese O'keefe | September 14, 2021 at 1:26 pm | Reply

    Now older people in early 60s who need phfizer are been cancelled for teenagers there should be no discrimination re age some people can not have the astraZenaca for health reasons they should be first in line

  5. I set up and linked my MyGovID and Medicare apps last week. Took an hour or so in total and I was able to immediately download my Covid vaccine certificate onto my phone. I’m not sure about the 20 day delay comment above and appreciate that such a delay would be frustrating. But it was quick & easy for me & I’m not that great with technology. .

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