Updated 16 September – 4:30pm.
We’ve been notified a customer with a confirmed case of Coronavirus (COVID-19) was present at Woolworths Neutral Bay (Grosvenor Street) store at the following times:
10 September – from 5:00pm to 6:15pm.
Woolworths confirms the store has undergone a deep clean.
“The wellbeing of our customers, team and communities is our highest priority, and in line with public health advice, we are taking all necessary steps to ensure ongoing safety in our stores,” a statement reads.
“If you have been shopping in our store at the dates and times listed on the Health Departments website, please follow their advice for isolation or testing requirements.”
THE NORTHERN NURSERY SCHOOL – MOSMAN
Updated 16 September – 3:30pm.
Mosman Collective can confirm a positive COVID-19 case at The Northern Nursery School on Wyong Rd in Mosman.
Co-Director Paula West has issued a statement and advised the community that a pre-school aged student who attended NNS on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 September has been diagnosed with the Delta strain.
“The safety of our children, staff and community is our priority at this time and we are following the advice of NSW Health,” Ms. West says, “all children and families who attended the preschool on these two days are deemed close contacts and are following NSW Health guidelines, getting tested and isolating for 14 days.”
“No other children have tested positive to date.
“All staff are following NSW Health directives and have been tested and all tests returned to date are negative,” she told Mosman Collective.
In addition, Ms. West says the preschool has been closed since Wednesday 15 September and will reopen following school holidays in October.
A deep clean is being undertaken in line with NSW Health guidelines.
“We understand that the community is concerned about developments and we will continue to keep our families and the community updated on any further information, as it becomes available,” she said.