First day of spring brings 2 new cases and 3 new exposure sites

Ten Yuan Restaurant

Wednesday September 1, 2021: On the first official day of spring Central Coast Local Health District has confirmed that two local residents have tested positive to COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm Tuesday night.

One case is linked to a previously notified case. The second case is linked to a worksite in Sydney. Both were in the community while infectious.

Local Tally = 63

Sept 1, 2021

There have now been 63 local cases of COVID-19 in the Central Coast Local Health District since the start of the current outbreak.

A total of seven cases have now been linked to the KI Building Services exposure site. Anyone who attended the site (including the site office) between 20 and 27 August 2021 is considered a close contact and should get tested and isolate for 14 days since their last exposure at the site.

A review of Service NSW check-in data for the KI Building Services site at North Gosford indicated incomplete data and inadequate records.

Local Police have been informed and are undertaking ongoing compliance checks and inspections of the site.

Exposure sites

Local locations that have been identified as exposure sites.

Anyone who attended the following 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:

• 7-Eleven, Gosford West (53/55 Central Coast Highway, Gosford) 

o Thursday 26 August, 8.45am to 9.05am

• Cellarbrations, Wadalba (Shop 5, 2 Edward Stinson Avenue, Wadalba) 

o Saturday 28 August,5.50pm to 6pm

• Ten-Yuan Chinese Restaurant, Wadalba (Shop 7, 2 Edward Stinson Avenue, Wadalba)

o Saturday 28 August, 5.55pm to 6.05pm

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

3 Comments on "First day of spring brings 2 new cases and 3 new exposure sites"

  1. Andrew Menzies | September 1, 2021 at 6:14 pm |

    Thanks. This is the best local news. Can’t get real news anywhere else now.

  2. Clive Anderson | September 2, 2021 at 7:47 am |

    Why is the government still allowing tradesmen to come to the Coast from LGA hotspots. The builder definitely needs to be held accountable
    If it’s imperative for certain trades to be required place accomodation units on the site as do Fly in Fly our workers and create a bubble I bet they won’t want to come
    Great idea for Adam Crouch

  3. Now I know why it is called snail mail Ordered an Iphone on the 22nd of August to be delivered by Austrian post
    I am still waiting for it Australia post is a joke

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