A NEW COVID-19 exposure site in Gunnedah has been listed by health authorities overnight.
Gunnedah's Shell service station, on the Kamilaroi Highway, was visited by a confirmed case between 6:25pm and 6:30pm on Thursday, September 16, according to NSW Health.
Anyone that attended this venue at the time specified, is considered a casual contact, unless they have been contacted individually by NSW Health.
Casual contacts must get a COVID-19 test as soon as possible and isolate until a negative result is received.
More information for casual contacts is on the NSW Health website, as well as a complete list of COVID-19 exposure sites.
NSW Health announced the Gunnedah exposure site on Sunday night.
It comes after one positive COVID-19 case was confirmed in Gunnedah last week, but authorities said the person had been in isolation.
The Caltex service station at Moonbi was previously announced as a casual COVID-19 exposure site and NSW Health updated the times on Saturday night.
There is also one exposure site in Tamworth - Pickles Auctions - from last week.
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