Sunday’s seven local cases brings local tally to 100

Wyong Hospital SignThe entrance to Wyong Hospital on the Central Coast.

Sunday September 5, 2021: Seven local residents have tested positive to COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm Saturday night. Meanwhile 16 new exposure sites have been announced including Wyong Hospital’s Emergency Department.

Five of the seven local cases are linked to known cases. The source of infection for the other two cases is under investigation.

Five cases were in the community while infectious.

Local Tally = 100

Sunday Sep 5, 2021

There have now been 100 local cases of COVID-19 in the Central Coast Local Health District since the start of the current outbreak

Exposure sites

Numerous new local sites have now been identified as exposure sites.

Close contacts

Anyone who attended the hospital ED at the times below is considered a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days since they were there, regardless of the result.

  • Wyong Hospital Emergency Department waiting room
    • Thursday 2 September 8.45pm to 11.59pm.

Casual contacts

Anyone who attended the following venues on the dates and times listed is regarded 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:

  • Aldi Bateau Bay (Bateau Bay Square, 12 Bay Village Rd Bateau Bay)
    • Friday 27 August 6.55pm to 7.20pm
    • Tuesday 31 August 11.15am to 11.35am
  • Bunnings Charmhaven (Cnr Chelmsford Road &, Pacific Hwy, Charmhaven)
    • Wednesday 1 September, 3:45pm to 4:10pm
  • Bunnings West Gosford (3 Yallambee Ave, West Gosford)
    • Wednesday 1 September, 7:35am to 8:10am
    • Wednesday 1 September, 10:10am to 10:45am
  • Coles Bateau Bay (Bateau Bay Square, 12 Bay Village Rd, Bateau Bay)
    • Tuesday 31 August, 11:35am to 11:50am
  • Coles Chittaway Point (Chittaway Bay Shopping Centre, Cnr Chittaway Rd and Wyong Rd, Chittaway Bay)
    • Tuesday 31 August, 4:55pm to 5:30pm
  • Coles Killarney Vale (Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale)
    • Wednesday September 1, 7.50am to 8.05am
  • Coles Lake Haven (Lake Haven Centre, Cnr Lake Haven Drive & Goobarabah Avenue)
    • Monday 30 August, 6:35pm to 7:00pm
    • Tuesday 31 August, 5:45pm to 6:10pm
    • Wednesday 1 September, 2:15pm to 2:35pm
  • Coles San Remo (Northlakes Shopping Centre, 21 Pacific Hwy, San Remo)
    • Tuesday 24 August, 1:35pm to 1:50pm
  • Coles Tuggerah (Westfield Tuggerah, 50 Wyong Rd, Tuggerah)
    • Tuesday 31 August, 9:25am to 9:45am
  • Coles West Gosford (299 Brisbane Water Dr, West Gosford)
    • Wednesday 1 September, 5:30pm to 6:20pm
  • Coles Wyoming (Wyoming Shopping Centre, Cnr Pacific Hwy & Kinarra Ave, Wyoming)
    • Wednesday 1 September, 9pm to 9.25pm
  • Coles Wyong Plaza Central (Cnr Alison Rd and Hely St, Wyong)
    • Wednesday 25 August, 7:10pm to 7:35pm
  • Cosmo Coffee, Tuggerah (Westfield Tuggerah, Cobbs Rd Tuggerah)
    • Tuesday 31 August, 9:25am to 9:40am
  • Shell Coles Express Kariong (6-8 Central Coast Hwy, Kariong)
    • Sunday 29 August, 3:25pm to 3:40pm
  • Shell Coles Express Killarney Vale (102/106 Wyong Rd, Killarney Vale)
    • Tuesday 31 August, 8:35am to 8:50am


8 Comments on "Sunday’s seven local cases brings local tally to 100"

  1. Someone likes going to Coles :o)

  2. May I ask why the covid updates are up to 2-3 days behind for the coast. State reports dont give active areas you do.

    • Christine, we receive and publish verified information from Central Coast Local Health District. The case number data is from 8pm the night before, the exposure site data is rolling data based on the contract tracers best efforts. We have requested more granular data about case location, recovery and activity, we expect that to hand some time soon. Thank you for the question.

  3. Karon Willoughby | September 7, 2021 at 11:12 am | Reply

    John Barrilaro quoted 22 new cases on the Central Coast today. Great, there go our chances of being set free on 10 September!!!!

  4. Maybe they should crack down on people not wearing masks. Likewise look at the number of people who wear masks below their noses. And then there’s the attitude that we’re on the central coast “and it couldn’t happen to us” so this COVID spread was just waiting to happen.

  5. Clive Anderson | September 7, 2021 at 1:08 pm | Reply

    How are these cases getting to the coast I.e transport drivers construction workers how can someone give a more accurate account
    The amount of people out and about on the coast is ridiculous it’s as though nothing is wrong if this keeps up we will be in lockdown till Christmas

  6. Stewart there are some legal n medical reasons for some not to wear a mask or below the nose. Don’t assume you know every medical ailment on every person. It’s called discrimination n is punishable under the disability discrimination act 1992

  7. I think the ‘it can’t happen here (central coast)’ attitude is a major issue. Get with the program people and take it seriously, or we will be in lockdown till new year or longer.

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