Horror Covid risk for regional NSW as truck driver delivered pet food to country towns 350km away from Sydney on THREE days while infected
A truck driver travelled from Sydney to regional NSW to deliver pet food while infected with coronavirus, health officials has revealed.
NSW recorded 105 new cases on Sunday as Sydney and surrounding regions entered their fourth week of lockdown.
Among the cases was a truck driver who delivered pet food on July 14, 15 and 16 to depots in Parkes and Blayney in the state’s central-west.
‘It reminds businesses that when you are going about your actions, make sure you are doing deliveries in a contactless way,’ NSW chief health officer Kerry Chant said.
We need to make sure that the way this is done reduces any risk of transmission.