Hungry Jacks Marulan added to growing covid exposure sites

Marulan added to growing covid exposure sites

Hungry Jacks Marulan has been added to the list of Covid-19 exposure sites.

Anyone who attended the Hungry Jacks, 15597 Hume Highway, on July 10 between 5 pm and 5:30 pm is considered a casual contact and must get tested immediately and isolate until a negative result is received.

They are also required to monitor for any symptoms and immediately isolate and get tested.

It is understood by TheGoulburn Post that the Hungry Jacks is closed for a deep clean.

BP Marulan Northbound is also closed. A spokesperson at the store could not confirm whether it was related to the covid positive case. It has not been listed on the NSW public health alert list as of July 13, 2:30 pm.

Residents are urged to check the NSW Government website regularly, as the list of venues of concern and relevant health advice are being updated as investigations continue.

Anyone with even the mildest of cold-like symptoms is urged to immediately come forward for testing and isolate until a negative result is received.

There are two Covid-19 testing clinics in Goulburn.

  • Goulburn Hospital COVID testing is available from Tuesday to Friday from 7 am - 4 pm (until all patients have been tested) and 9 am - 1 pm Saturday and Sunday.
  • Laverty drive-through is also at Seiffert Oval available 8 am - 5 pm weekdays and 8 am - 1.30 pm Saturday and Sunday.

Earlier today NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced a new Public Health Order requiring people who leave Fairfield for essential work to get tested for Covid-19 every three days, and people from Greater Sydney to undergo weekly tests.

She said this would "reduce the instance of essential workers passing on the virus".

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