Australia NSW COVID-19 exposure sites August 4: Greengrocer donates food after closing as a close contact

02:28  04 august  2021
02:28  04 august  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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Venues are crisscrossing the city and concerns for regional areas are growing as more spots are added to NSW Health's COVID - 19 exposure list. Anyone who visited Repco in Rockdale from 10:15am until 5:00pm on July 28 and 10:00am until 1:00pm on July 29 has been identified as a close contact and Yesterday, NSW Health confirmed another case had attended Sydney International Airport Terminal 1 on Wednesday, July 28, and Thursday, July 29, between 5:00am and 1:00pm. Close contacts from that site have been identified and been told to get a test and isolate until a negative result is received.

a person standing in front of a store: World of Fruit in Campsie has been deemed a close contact site. (Supplied) © Provided by ABC News World of Fruit in Campsie has been deemed a close contact site. (Supplied)

Essential workers continue to bear the brunt of COVID-19 infections as workplaces are added to the growing exposure sites list.

A greengrocer — World of Fruit in Campsie, in Sydney's south-west — has been deemed a close contact site after a worker attended the store for seven days in a row.

Anyone who visited the store on the corner of Beamish Street on Monday, July 19 until Sunday, July 25 will need to isolate for the full 14 days, regardless of a negative test result.

The store has taken to social media to donate the fruits and vegetables in stock while cleaning and isolation are carried out.

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Protecting against COVID - 19 . Are people in NSW at risk? NSW Health has developed and exercised a range of procedures for case finding, diagnosis, and contact tracing for high consequence infectious diseases (such as pandemic influenza, SARS, MERS, and emerging infections) should they occur in NSW . If your contact with the person was less than this, there is a much smaller risk of you being infected. However, as a precaution you must still monitor your health until 14 days after you were last exposed to the infectious person. If you develop symptoms including a fever and/or respiratory signs

Woolworths in Sydney's west is closed for deep cleaning after FOUR staff members test positive to Covid just hours after NSW 's It comes as a rift emerges in NSW Government over how best to police stores. Many of the exposure sites at the centre of NSW Health venues of concern alerts are now 'Police are patrolling and making sure compliance is there but it's as little human-to-human contact as

"Making the decision to close last week was a difficult position to be in financially, however, we had a more paramount responsibility to protect our staff and the greater community," they said in a Facebook post.

More than 100 casual contact venues were also added to the list, including a neighbouring Woolworths shopping centre in Campsie and another Woolworths in Bankstown.

Casual contacts must isolate until they receive a negative result.

For the complete list of exposure venues, visit the NSW Health website.

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