NSW Health's coronavirus tracking has identified another two Qantas flights into Wagga that were later found to have carried an infected person or persons.
QantasLink flight QF2229 on March 20 and March 25 have been listed on the NSW Health list of 'Recent flights with confirmed cases of COVID-19'.
Both flights were scheduled to depart Sydney at 3pm and land in Wagga at 4.10pm.
There have now been three Sydney-to-Wagga flights identified with coronavirus infected passengers that took place over the span of six days in March.
Passengers on QF2229 on March 20 in rows 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 were considered to have been in 'close contact with the person on persons with coronavirus.
On the March 25 service, passengers in rows 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 were in close contact.
The close contact rows on both flights could have held a total of up to 40 passengers.
A NSW Health spokesperson has previously said that authorities will contact passengers who were in close contact rows.
On March 19, another QantasLink flight, QF2221, was the first flight identified as having landed in Wagga carrying a person or persons with coronavirus aboard.
Wagga City Council, which runs the airport, said in response to that incident that the airport terminal building was "cleaned thoroughly twice every day, which includes sterilisation of surfaces,"
"Measures are in place for airport staff," the council statement said.
Mayor Greg Conkey repeated that message on Wednesday in video update on the council's response to coronavirus.
"I spoke yesterday about the cleaning of the CBD, which continues; we are also cleaning the airport twice a day and that includes sterilisation of the services out there," Cr Conkey said.
On Thursday, Wagga recorded its second day in a row with no new positive tests for coronavirus, keeping the city's total cases at nine.
Those suffering acute, cold, flu-like symptoms who have recently returned from travelling or are a contact of a confirmed case are urged to be tested for the virus. To do this, call HealthDirect on 1800 0222 222 to be triaged and advised by a nurse over the phone. Alternatively, contact your GP to book an appointment and let them know in advance if you have symptoms - these might include fever, cough, runny nose or shortness of breath.
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