COVID-19 exposure site times for Moonbi Caltex have been updated by NSW Health overnight.
The Caltex service station in Moonbi, about 20 minutes north of Tamworth, was a casual contact exposure site between 8am and 9am on Wednesday, September 15.
It was also a casual exposure site from 11:45am to 12:30pm on Wednesday, September 15.
The same site also had casual COVID-19 exposure between 5:45am and 6:45am on Monday, September 13.
Anyone who attended this venue at those times is a casual contact and must get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.
Health authorities urge people affected to continue to monitor for symptoms and get tested again if any they arise.
Pickles Auctions in Tamworth had already been listed as a casual COVID-19 exposure site from 8:55am to 9am on Wednesday, September 15. That has not changed.
More information for casual contacts is on the NSW Health website.
The Tamworth area remained free of COVID-19 cases on Sunday morning, but a positive case located in Glen Innes is understood to have been active in the community for up to three days.
The Glen Innes local government area has entered a snap seven day lockdown in response, but Tamworth has not been affected at this stage.
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