Cases continue to climb over the long weekend

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Central Coast Local Health District has confirmed that a sum of 133 local residents have tested positive to COVID-19 over the last 4 days to 8pm Monday night. An all time local daily peak of 43 cases was announced on Saturday for the previous Friday.

Local tally = 882

Tuesday October 5, 2021

There have now been 882 local cases of COVID-19 in the Central Coast Local Health District since the start of the current outbreak in June. 

Exposure sites

A new series of exposure sites has been released by CCLHD –

  • Woolworths Umina (261-275 Trafalgar St, cnr West St, Umina) 
    • Friday 24 September, 9.50am to 10.15am
    • Saturday 25 September, 11.35am to 11.55am
    • Tuesday28September,3.55pmto4.20pm
  • Coles, Green Point 
    • Wednesday 22 September, 2:45pm-3:10pm
  • Coles, Lake Haven (Lake Haven Drive, Gorokan)
    • Monday 27 September, 3:20pm-3:50pm 
  • Coles Woy Woy
    • Tuesday 21 September, 1.40pm to 2.30pm
  • Coles, Wyoming
    • Friday 24 September, 10:25am to 11.20am
  • Avoca Beach Friendly Grocer (178 Avoca Dr, Avoca Beach) 
    • Wednesday 29 September, 11am to 12pm
  • Bunnings Lake Haven (cnr Chelmsford Rd and Pacific Highway, Charmhaven)
    • Tuesday21September, 10.30am to 10.55am
    • Wednesday22September, 10.05am to 10.25am
  • IGA Express and Liquor (shop 1/10 Kerta Rd, Kincumber) 
    • Saturday25September, 11.20am to 1pm
  • Kuoch Chemist Woy Woy (43-45 Blackwall Rd, Woy Woy) 
    • Tuesday 21 September, 1.20pm to 1.40pm
  • Smart Dollar Wyong Village Central (shop T8-10 Village Central, 18-34 Alison Rd, Wyong)
    • Monday 20 September, 9am to 4.30pm
    • Tuesday 21 September, 9am to 4.30pm
    • Wednesday 22 September, 9am to 4.30pm

Central Coast Local Health District urges those eligible in the community to continue to come forward for vaccination. Everyone in Australia aged 12 and over can receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

Verified information source: Media releases Central Coast Local Health District October 16, 17, 18 2021

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  2. Kristine Glapa | October 7, 2021 at 8:13 am | Reply

    On the nsw map for covid on central coast shows 81 cases why is this?

  3. Felicity Brown | October 13, 2021 at 11:42 am | Reply

    So many cases up here on the Central Coast. When I was in Coles at Toukley a few weeks ago some staff NOT wearing Masks I was even servered by someone that was not wearing a Mask or did she bother to sterlize her hands at all and was so RUDE when I questioned her about why she was not wearing a Mask. Thanks Coles Toukley will not be going back into your store anytime soon.

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