Woolworths shoppers told to get COVID-19 test and a coastal café urgently undergoes deep cleaning after confirmed coronavirus cases in popular tourist spot
Woolworths shoppers have been put on high alert after a COVID-19 case visited one of the supermarket chain’s stores on three consecutive days last week.
The Salamander Bay Village Woolworths in Port Stephens has been deep cleaned after a customer who has since tested positive to the virus went to the branch each day between July 17 and July 19.
Customers at the Fingal Bay Cafe and Take Away have also been told to watch for symptoms if they visited between 11.30am and 12pm on July 17.
Woolworths shoppers have been put on high alert after a COVID-19 case visited one of the supermarket chain’s stores on three consecutive days last week. Pictured: a cleaning contractor at a Woolworths supermarket in Balmain on July 2
The alerts come as three people returned positive results for the virus in the Port Stephens area.
New South Wales Health Minister Brad Hazzard said a one-year-old child who attended the Goodstart Early learning centre in Anna Bay had contracted COVID-19, along with a school-aged student at Tomaree High School.
The third case was a man aged in his 60s.
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