NSW Health has revealed another exposure site in the Shoalhaven, and is urging residents to remain vigilant and get tested.
Subway in South Nowra has been listed as a new venue of concern associated with a confirmed case of COVID-19 visiting the site last week.
Anyone who has visited there on Wednesday, September 15 from 12pm to 12:40pm, is now considered a casual contact and should immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received.
NSW Health also advises that if the date of exposure at this venue happened in last four days, you must get another test on day five from the date of exposure.
They also advise to wear mask around others and limit your movements until another negative result is presented.
Continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.
Common symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose and loss of taste or smell.
Other symptoms include fatigue, acute blocked nose (congestion), muscle pain, joint pain, headache, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting, loss of appetite, unexplained chest pain and conjunctivitis.
On Monday, the Shoalhaven recorded four new cases of COVID-19, two of these cases are linked to known sources with the other two under investigation.
On Saturday, the Shoalhaven recorded nine new cases, the region's highest numbers recorded overnight since the Delta-variant outbreak. On Sunday, seven new cases were recorded.
This brings the regions total number of cases since the Delta-variant outbreak to 64.
NSW Health confirms 17 of these cases are active.
Venues in the Shoalhaven have also come forward after being notified by NSW Health that a person who tested positive for COVID-19 visited their site while potentially infectious.
These sites are not listed on NSW Health.
Imagine Childcare in South Nowra was notified by NSW Health on Saturday that a person who tested positive to COVID-19 visited the centre on Monday, 13 September and Tuesday, 14 September during their "infectious period".
The centre closed and underwent a deep clean and advised all staff, children and parents who were in attendance on those dates to get tested and isolate until further information is received from NSW Health.
Milton Family Medical Practice also closed for face to face consultations after a patient who visited the centre tested positive to COVID 19.
The centre closed on Monday, September 20, after being advised by the Public Health Unit that the patient attended the practice on Tuesday, September 14 at 10am.
The patient was wearing a mask and followed all required precautions and staff are undergoing testing.
Patients will be contacted directly by the Public Health Unit if they deem them to be a contact.
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