A South Goulburn McDonalds restaurant and two Crookwell Service Stations were alerted about possible COVID-19 exposure on Thursday, July 15 following a visit from a family who had been in contact with infected removalists.
The service stations closed last night while investigations were underway, but have now re-opened.
All three sites worked closely with contact tracers.
As a precaution, the sites identified and contacted staff or community members who may have come into contact with the family.
The family received a negative test result last night and will be tested again throughout their 14 day isolation period.
If the family's test results are still negative tomorrow, this will confirm they were not infectious while in the Goulburn and Crookwell area.
No other exposure sites have been identified in Goulburn or Crookwell, and as of Saturday July 17, no-one within the Goulburn area has been notified with a positive result.
This includes testing following a possible exposure at the Goulburn Base Hospital construction site on Friday, July 9.
This is a good sign but SNSWLHD are reminding everyone to remain vigilant and get tested if they have any symptoms.
Anyone feeling unwell - even with the mildest of symptoms such as a runny nose, scratchy or sore throat, cough, fever, shortness of breath, headache, tiredness, loss of taste or smell, nausea, diarrhoea or muscle aches - are asked to self-isolate and seek COVID-19 testing, so that any potential cases in the community are identified as quickly as possible.
This is a timely reminder to everyone to be vigilant and continue to;
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