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Venues of Concern: Northern Beaches Sydney

Venue alerts Northern Beaches

Updated 21 September 2021

NSW Health is no longer releasing a large proportion of venues of concern sites, so we have been compiling a list of low-risk potential exposure sited with the help of the public and self reporting businesses. It is advisable to get tested and isolate until a negative result is received if you are a casual contact with a COVID case.

Entries are removed after about two weeks. If you would like to to notify the community of a potential exposure event to ensure fast testing and isolation please email editor@manlyobserver.com.au

ALLAMBIE HEIGHTS (new)

The Beach School in Allambie Heights has been shut down after a member of the school community tested positive for COVID-19.   The school is non-operational effective immediately to allow time for contact tracing and cleaning, Principal Anita Mangan has stated.

All staff and students have been asked to self-isolate and follow the  NSW health advice and protocols.  

NSW Health has requested anyone connected with the school who has been unwell or if you develop any symptoms such as a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, loss of smell/taste, muscle/joint pains, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting or extreme tiredness to be tested at one of the COVID-19 testing clinics.   

AVALON (new)

Dogue (dog groomers) on 35 Old Barrenjoey Road Avalon has self reported to customers that a staff member has just reported they are COVID-positive. They worked on Wednesday 15 September and Thursday 16 September. The store is closed for cleaning.

BROOKVALE

These entries have been deleted now they are over two weeks old

CHILD CARE CENTRES

We have received reports of a number of Child Care centres that have either had a positive case or have close contacts because a parent doing pick up is COVID-positive.  It is important to note that if your child’s centre is affected you will notified almost immediately by that centre.

Which centres are closed?

While it’s not particularly user friendly, there is a real-time tool showing which daycare centres in your area are closed for health reasons. It is important to note that not all “health” reasons are because of an active case of COVID, however most are.The closure is a nearby after school care service currently closed during the pandemic.

There are childcare centres closed because of cases in Balgowlah, Freshwater and Cromer. You can view the map here.

DEE WHY 

Dee Why Medical Centre (Dee Why Parade)

9 September 2.20-2.40pm

MANLY

These entries have been deleted now they are over two weeks old

MONA VALE 

Pittwater Fine Quality Meats (Pittwater Place, Mona Vale)

Two staff members are COVID-positive and the remainder isolating. Their last shifts were:

  • Wednesday 15 September 6am-6pm
  • Thursday 16 September 6am-6pm
  • Friday 17 September 6am-6pm
  • Saturday 18 September 12pm-5pm

Woolworths Mona Vale:

  • Friday 10 September – from 8.00am to 5.00pm
  • Thursday 9 September – from 8.00am to 5.30pm
  • Wednesday 8 September – from 9.00am to 12.30pm
  • Tuesday 7 September – from 8.00am to 3.00pm

Previous dates are now over two weeks old and have been removed.

NARRAWEENA

TBC – we know a COVID case has frequented shops in McIntosh Street but are yet to confirm any dates and times. 

NEWPORT

Previous dates are now over two weeks old and have been removed.

SEAFORTH

Previous dates are now over two weeks old and have been removed.

WARRIEWOOD

Previous dates are now over two weeks old and have been removed. Kmart Warriewood is now reopen and no longer considered a potential exposure site.

 

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