Exposure site listings spread across the region

Exposure site list from the NSW Health online map as published Sept 14, 2021 at 12.30pm

Tuesday, Sept 14, 2021: Thirteen new potential exposure sites have been released by Central Coast Local Health District along with confirmation that nine new COVID-19 cases have been detected in the 24 hours to 8pm last night.

The geographical spread of the potential exposure sites now include premises from; Wyong, Umina, Killarney Vale, Wadalba, Tuggerah, Toukely, Gosford, Kincumber and several suburbs in between.

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

Five (5) are linked to known cases. The source of infection for four cases is under investigation.

Two cases were in the community while infectious.

Local case tally = 278

Sep 14, 2021

Exposure sites

  • Bakers Delight, Wyong (Village Central Wyong, 2/18-34 Alison Road, Wyong) 
    • Saturday 4 September, 10:50am to 11:20am
  • BWS, Bateau Bay (1C & 1D/161 Cresthaven Avenue, Bateau Bay)
    • Sunday 5 September, 1:05pm to 1:20pm
  • BP, Tuggerah (100 Pacific Highway, Tuggerah)
    • Wednesday 1 September, 7:25pm to 7:40pm
  • Central Coast Cycles, Killarney Vale (118 Wyong Road, Killarney Vale) 
    • Saturday 4 September, 10:30am to 11:00am
  • Chemist Outlet, North Wyong (9 D&E Amy Close, Wyong) 
    • Monday 6 September, 3:55pm to 4:20pm
  • CTC Giftware & Tobacco, Wyong (Village Central Wyong, 18-34 Alison Road, Wyong)
    • Monday 6 September, 4:55pm to 5:20pm
  • Liquorland, Wyong (15A-15B, 11-18 Alison Road, Wyong)
    • Tuesday 31 August, 12:45pm to 12:55pm
  • Lou’s Eatery, Wyong (13/34-38 Cutler Drive, Wyong)
    • Tuesday 7 September, 5:10pm to 6:55pm
  • Master Noodle, Lake Haven (Lake Haven Shopping Centre, Bannister Drive & Goobarabah Avenue, Lake Haven)
    • Tuesday 7 September, 6:15pm to 6:30pm
  • Nargis Gourmet Food Indian & Kebab, Wadalba (6/2 Edward Stinson Avenue, Wadalba)
    • Tuesday 7 September, 2:30pm to 2:50pm
  • Subway, Tuggerah (1/86 Pacific Highway, Tuggerah)
    • Wednesday 8 September, 12:50pm to 1:15pm
  • Westside Petrol Station, Toukley (356 Main Road, Toukley)
    • Wednesday 8 September, 12:00pm to 12:15pm
  • Woolworths, Umina (61-275 Trafalgar Street Corner West Street, Umina) 
    • Sunday 5 September, 6:15pm to 6:45pm
    • Tuesday 7 September, 9:30pm to 9:50pm

6 Comments on "Exposure site listings spread across the region"

  1. Maureen Rhys-Jones | September 15, 2021 at 8:34 am |

    and suburbs in between???? NOT good enough! We need to know WHERE! AND you mentioned Kincumber yet not listed…again, WHERE! PLEASE ADDRESS!

  2. Lynette Kenny | September 15, 2021 at 10:42 am |

    Is there anymore covid cases on Central Coast

  3. Les Fitzgerald | September 15, 2021 at 7:24 pm |

    We obviously don’t count up here on the central coast we shut down for 6 weeks for no reason because the government called us greater Sydney now we are our own region they keep us in the dark

  4. Christine Grieve | September 23, 2021 at 11:44 am |

    I would have to agree 100% with Les Fitzgerald’s comments. The Central Coast never gets mentioned, we don’t count as part of NSW, Govt is only interested in Western Sydney and South Western Sydney. If I remember correctly, Central Coast has been its own region since 2005, “On 2 December 2005, the Central Coast was officially recognised as a stand-alone region rather than an extension of Sydney or the Hunter Valley.” So we should never have been lumped in with Greater Sydney when the lockdowns first started.

  5. Emanuela Turco | October 1, 2021 at 7:05 am |

    It is frustrating not to hear any update covid cases on daily bases in central coast, I made a call to the health minister office, of cause you get passed on health line, i have expressed my concern about the lack of daily information, because we can expose ourselves, not knowing where we can and can’t go for our daily life needs, i am 78, not in best of my heath, it makes very heard for everything. Especially when informations are not regionally available.

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