Covid-19 case just 15km from Queensland border: New restrictions in NSW
An individual contaminated with Covid -19 invested the night simply 15km from the Queensland border, it’s been exposed.
In its newest public health list of places of issue, NSW Health exposed the individual contaminated with coronavirus was at Chinderah– a truck stop on the M1 at the Ampol filling station near Murwillumbah.
The individual utilized the truck chauffeurs’ toilets, showers and lounge– and went to the food court in between 8.30 pm Tuesday July 13 and 7.30 am Wednesday July 14.
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Anyone who was at the website throughout those 11 hours is now thought about a close contact.
They need to separate for 2 week from the date they went to, no matter their test outcome.
It is not understood where the validated cases took a trip from there or if they crossed the border into Queensland.
Health authorities in Queensland have yet to entirely shut the border to NSW as they did to Victoria on Friday.
The LGAs that comprise Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour have actually been stated hotspots.
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Queensland citizens going back to Queensland from a hotspot should quarantine for 2 week on going into Queensland in federal government set up lodging at their own cost.
Chief health officer Jeannette Young and Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk have actually consistently cautioned individuals in Queensland to reassess travel to NSW.
Today NSW exposed 111 individuals had actually been contaminated with coronavirus in the previous 24 hr.
Victoria tape-recorded 19 brand-new in your area obtained cases.
Queensland revealed there were no cases.
Strict brand-new limitations in NSW
Health authorities in NSW revealed rigorous brand-new limitations as they attempt to include the Delta break out in the state.
Construction websites “large and small” will be closed down up until July 30 and just “critical retail” consisting of grocery stores and drug stores will stay open, Premier Gladys Berejiklian revealed on Saturday.
This consists of all non-urgent repair work, any type of structure, remodelling, building or upkeep, consisting of cleaning company, she stated.
“This is our chance to quash this virus and make sure that families and businesses can bounce back as quickly as possible,” Ms Berejiklian stated.
The time out on building will enter into location from Monday nevertheless immediate repair work can proceed, she validated.
Retailers that can stay open consist of grocery stores, medical supply stores, drug stores, fuel stations, banks, hardware shops and nurseries, farming supply shops, family pet supply stores, post workplaces and newsagents.
Anyone who leaves house should likewise have a mask with them at all times and they need to be used if working outdoors, in outside markets, going shopping strips and in outside lines waiting on items such as coffee.
Carpooling is likewise prohibited unless it’s amongst members of the exact same home, the Premier stated.
Warning from NSW Health
Anyone who went to the following places on the days and times noted is a close contact and should get evaluated and separate for 2 week because their last day at the website, no matter the outcome, and call 1800 943 553 unless currently called by NSW Health:
– The Fold Cafe, 402 New Canterbury Rd, Dulwich Hill on Thursday, July 8 in between 10.45 am and 11am
– The Larder Wine and Cheese Bar, 489 Marrickville Rd, Dulwich Hill on Thursday, July 8 in between 1.30 pm and 1.45 pm
– Juiceria, 497 Marrickville Rd, Dulwich Hill on Thursday, July 8 in between 1.35 pm and 1.50 pm
– Excellent Price Variety Store, ground flooring, 503-507 Marrickville Rd, Dulwich Hill on Thursday, July 8 in between 1.50 pm and 2.10 pm
– Al Sultan Butchery, 130 Haldon St, Lakemba on Friday, July 9, Saturday, July 10, Sunday, July 11, Monday, July 12 or Tuesday, July 13 in between 8am and 10pm or on Wednesday, July 14 in between 8am and 2pm
– La Bella Patisserie, 42 The Boulevarde, Lakemba on Friday, July 9 in between 5pm and 5.15 pm
– Al Fayhaa Bakery, 137A Haldon St, Lakemba on Sunday, July 11 in between 12.50 pm and 1.05 pm
– Aya Family Healthcare Afterhours, Shop 21, Chester Square, 1 Leicester St, Chester Hill on Wednesday, July 14 in between 8.30 pm and 9.20 pm
– Truck stop at the Ampol filling station (northbound) near Murwillumbah turnoff, consisting of the truck chauffeurs’ toilets, showers and lounge, and the food court, 112 Tweed Valley Way, Chinderah on Tuesday, July 13 at 8.30 pm up until Wednesday, July 14 at 7.30 am
– Mt Druitt Medical and Dental Centre, 22 Jirrang Close, Mt Druitt on Wednesday, July 14 in between 11.35 am and 1.15 pm