Local friend reported town being quiet, a lot of kids out of school and shelves a little raided today, even before this made the news.It's getting a little too close to home now.
Nestle Factory closed over worker's positive COVID test after truck driver visit [Blayney, NSW]
It’s the most obvious symptom of Covid - going all over the country on as many forms of transport as possible. It’s almost like a status run.Well we have our own home grown covidiot who flew back from Melbourne on 15/7.She had been at a tier 1 hotel in Melbourne but didn't think she had to isolate.When she arrived was told to do 14 days home isolation.So what did she do.
Public exposure sites have so far been listed as follows:
- Thursday 15 July: Sunshine Coast Plaza, including Universal store, 3.55pm to 4.15pm
- Thursday 15 July: Rice Boi, 123 The Wharf, Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba, 6.45pm to 8pm
- Friday 16 July: 615 bus from Maroochydore Station to Landsborough Station, 1.11pm
- Friday 16 July: Train from Landsborough Station to Eagle Junction Station, 2.06pm
- Friday 16 July: Airtrain from Eagle Junction Station to Brisbane Domestic Airport, 3.29pm
She was picked up in Cairns by a relative and she was driven back to her home in Mareeba.
After developing some symptoms she went to the Atherton fever clinic on Sunday and returned a positive result on Monday night.
A Queensland student who returned from Melbourne has tested positive for COVID-19, sparking health alerts on the Sunshine Coast including at a busy shopping centre and popular eatery. The woman ate out at Asian-style restaurant Rice Boi in Mooloolaba where she spent more than an hour, and she...www.sunshinecoastnews.com.au
Apparently since that list now a hotel and an Uber trip.
There goes home quarantine after OS trips.Ankle bracelets essential.Should be stockpiling them now.
Another positive in SA and is linked to the Greek Restaurant but can't see any more details. Clearly an Eastern suburbs person as they'd been to many of my old local haunts. And a school in the west. School holidays only finished on Friday so hopefully not too much carnage.
Not wanting to generalise but here goes - you’d be hard pressed to find a group of people more likely to break the rules than construction. There’s a site office for a hotel redevelopment near me and they’ve rented some old retail space for the office. The staff in the site office would never wear masks even when the indoor mask mandate was declared. Someone must have reported them as they covered the window over, so they could continue not wearing masks.I bumped into a builder I hadn't seen for years at my local coffee shop this morning. He was moaning about the ban on construction when his current 2 projects are in Lane Cove LGA where there are no Covid cases. He said that if most cases are passed on in the home then why are we still allowed to stay in our homes? He was only half-joking.