Public health alert – Bunnings, Campbelltown

​NSW Health is advising customers who attended Bunnings, Campbelltown, on Tuesday 4 August, Wednesday 5 August and Thursday 6 August to be alert for symptoms of COVID-19 and if even mild symptoms occur, to get tested and isolate themselves.

The advice is due to the identification of a positive case in an employee at the store located at the Corner Kellicar Road and Bugden Place, Campbelltown.

The employee, who wore a mask during their shifts and practiced social distancing, worked in the store on:

  • Tuesday 4 August from 11am to 7pm
  • Wednesday 5 August from 8am to 4pm
  • Thursday 6 August from 1pm to 3pm

Customers who attended the store during this time are advised to be alert for symptoms of COVID-19 and if even mild symptoms occur, to get tested and isolate themselves.

Close contacts among staff members have been identified and are self-isolating.

Campbelltown and Camden Hospitals both have COVID-19 testing clinics. A full list of COVID-19 testing clinics is available and people can also contact their GP.

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