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Coronavirus in NSW update sees shoppers at Bowral Woolworths store warned of positive test in staffer – 7NEWS.com.au

Customers who feel unwell in the next two weeks have been urged to seek advice and isolate.

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Woolworths has issued a statement after a staff member at a NSW store tested positive to coronavirus.
Its understood the team member at the supermarket giants Bowral store was not symptomatic when they worked on Sunday 12 July.
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However two days later, the retailer was alerted to a positive test result and the staff member is now in isolation.
Were making contact with our Bowral team members and will provide our full support to those required to self-isolate in line with advice from the health authorities, Woolworths said in a statement.
Woolworths has issued a statement after a staff member at a NSW store tested positive to coronavirus. Credit: JOEL CARRETT/AAPIMAGE
As a food retailer, we already have very high standards of cleaning and hygiene in place. As an extra precautionary measure, the store has been closed overnight for an additional deep clean.
While the risk of transmission to customers and team members is low, the safety and wellbeing of the local community is our priority.
Customers and team members should be assured they can continue to safely shop and work at our Bowral supermarket.
Any customers who shopped in our Bowral store on 12 July and feel unwell in the next two weeks should make contact with NSW Health.
Its understood the store reopened at 7am on 15 July and notices alerting customers to the case have been set up in multiple parts of the store.

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