Shoreline workers get Covid ‘all clear’

The ABC Coffs Coast reports that the owners of the construction site attended by a COVID-19 positive case two weeks ago says their workers have now received three rounds of negative test results.

The workers had to continue continue to isolate until 11.59pm last night, Thursday, 28 July 2021.

Mobile testing services have been available for the 120 workers at the Shoreline construction venue to minimise community exposure.

Shoreline spokesperson Steve Gooley says 99% of the company’s staff working on the site are North Coast locals, and the company plans to employ Queensland and NT workers for the remaining jobs. “Even though there are protocols in place for people from Sydney, we won’t be using anyone from that area”, Mr Gooley said.


First published at The ABC Coffs Coast Facebook site, 28 July 2021.

Lead photo: The ABC

Not a single positive test result for Covid in Coffs Harbour yet

Meanwhile the Daily Telegraph/Coffs Coast Advocate reports today that “more than a week after it emerged a positive Covid case visited the Coffs Coast, every single one of the thousands tests have come back negative.”

One thought on “Shoreline workers get Covid ‘all clear’

  1. Found this ,1:29pm Jul 25, 2021 .
    Health authorities are also concerned about positive sewage detections in regional communities in recent days, with traces of the virus being detected in Goulburn, Moss Vale, Coffs Harbour and Byron Bay.
    Today this Aug 4, 2021.
    virus fragments were also detected in the sewage at Coffs Harbour and Bonny Hills on the NSW Mid North Coast and Mudgee in the Central West.

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