Kincumber Indoor Sports Centre named as an exposure site

Kincumber Indoor Sports Centre.

Central Coast Local Health District has been notified of two confirmed cases of COVID-19  who attended Kincumber Indoor Sports/Play Centre while infectious on Sunday 28  November 2021. 

The District’s Public Health Unit advises there is no evidence to suggest the  cases who attended the venue are infected with the Omicron COVID-19 variant of concern. 

Anyone who attended Kincumber Indoor Sports/Play Centre (19 Cochrone Street,  Kincumber) on 28 November from 10.15am until 11:20am is a casual contact and must immediately get tested and isolate. 

Casual contacts must get tested, even if they have had a test recently. You must isolate until you receive a negative result. If you receive a negative result, please continue to monitor for  symptoms and if any symptoms appear, get tested and isolate again. This advice must be followed, even if you are fully vaccinated. 

NSW Health has directly contacted people who checked in to the venue during the times  listed. People who attended on the same day but outside of the times indicated should  monitor for symptoms and get tested if symptoms appear. 

CCLHD has stated that high rates of testing are critical to detecting transmission and preventing further spread of 
COVID-19 in the community. visit  COVID-19 Testing Centres Central Coast or contact your GP.

Verified information source: Central Coast Local Health District media release, Dec 4, 2021.