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Message from BBay Soldiers Club CEO

The Soldiers Club was advised on the afternoon of Friday the 17th of July that two people had attended the club for dinner on Monday 13th of July in the bistro between 7 & 9.30pm.

NSW Health have advised that this was considered a Casual Contact and that our processes and procedures in place were robust.

The club immediately offered to close, however their advice was that this was a casual contact, low risk and that they ask all those that attended the club on Monday evening to be vigilant with their health and if you get any symptoms then you are advised to contact the Covid NSW Health hotline on 1800 022 222 who will advise of testing.

We thank all our staff for working hard to keep us safe, It’s essential that we all take the risk of transmission very seriously and take steps to protect ourselves and loved ones.

Paul Biddlestone


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