NSW Health has listed The Best Street Cafe as an exposure site following yesterday's confirmation of a new case linked to the Kildare Catholic College
Anyone who visited the site on Thursday 30 September between 8:45am and 10am is considered a casual contact and must get tested and self isolate until they receive a negative result.
The new exposure came as NSW Health identified about 90 close contacts and a further 100 casual contacts linked to the member of the Kildare Catholic College community who tested positive this week to coronavirus.
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On Thursday afternoon, upon confirmation that a person had attended the Wagga campus for one day while infectious, the school ceased operations and asked parents to come and pick up their children.
The school is closed for deep cleaning today and is expected to reopen on Monday.
The Murrumbidgee Local Health District, in a statement released on Friday morning, said that NSW Health had confirmed all close and casual contacts had been identified.
"NSW Health has identified approximately 90 close contacts who are in isolation," the statement read.
"Kildare College has been commended for adhering to strict COVID safety protocols and minimising the risk of exposure for its community.
"NSW Health has been advised that no bus services have been impacted."
Testing in Wagga is available at the following locations:
- Equex Centre Drive Through Clinic - 10am to 6pm, seven days
- MLHD testing clinic at 84-86 Murray Street - 9am to 4pm, seven days.
- Laverty Drive Through Clinic, Playhouse Theatre carpark Tarcutta Street - 8am to 3pm Friday, 8am to 1pm weekends
- Glenfield Country Practice Federal Hub, 8 Tanda Place Glenfield - 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday by appointment
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