NSW Health is in the process of contact tracing patrons who dined at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club
NSW Health is in the process of contact tracing patrons who dined at the Batemans Bay
Soldiers Club between 7pm to 9:30pm on Monday 13 July 2020.
A father and son who were asymptomatic at the time, however potentially infectious, visited
the Club and subsequently returned a positive test after returning to Sydney Wednesday 15
NSW Health is also contact tracing casual contacts of the pair while they were staying at the BIG4 Bateman’s Bay East Caravan Park, Wharf Rd, North Bateman Bay on Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 July, 2020.
While investigations are underway, anyone who attended the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club
between 7pm to 9:30pm on Monday 13 July or the BIG4 Bateman’s Bay East Caravan Park
from Monday 13 July and Tuesday 14 July should come forward for testing. Southern NSW Local Health District (SNSWLHD) has confirmed nil reported cases which
have been identified within the District @ 2300 hours, Thursday 16 July, 2020.
This maintains the total number of positive cases for SNSWLHD at 55 following a total of
20 440 tests.
NSW Health’s daily COVID 19 update is released here.
While others in the community must watch for respiratory symptoms or fever, and if they
occur, isolate and get tested for COVID-19 right away.
To ensure people can get tested quickly, SNSWLHD has arranged a COVID-19 Pop-up clinic at the Hanging Rock Oval Car Park (near the function centre) on Beach Road, Batemans Bay.
The clinic will be open from 9:00am to 2:00pm on Saturday 18 July, Sunday 19 and Monday
20 July, 2020.
It’s essential that we all take the risk of transmission very seriously and take steps to protect
ourselves and loved ones:
- If you have even mild symptoms, a cold or cough, get tested and stay home until
- Keep your distance from others at all times even if you are well.
- If you have been in Victoria, don’t mix with other people until two weeks has