Two regional gas stations in New South Wales were alerted after a young man traveled thousands of miles across the state without knowing COVID-19.
The 18-year-old Berala man visited Orange, Nyngan and Broken Hill in the central and western regions of the state after visiting the bottle shop in the center of a cluster on Christmas Eve.
The case reported in Wednesday’s numbers adds to the four locally acquired infections that were registered on Tuesday.
Anyone who has visited any of the following gas stations should monitor the symptoms and test immediately to see if they occur.
Those who have visited the restaurants below are considered close contact and regardless of the result, must be tested immediately and isolated for 14 days.
Birdie Noshery and Drinking est. 120-122 Summer Street, Orange on Sunday, Jan.. January from 12. 30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
And everyone who from Saturday, 2. January to Sunday 3. January visited Nyngan Riverside Tourist Park is an occasional contact and must be tested and isolated immediately until a negative result is received.
New South Wales, Orange, Broken Hill, Department of Health, Coronavirus
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