A NSW Central Coast resident has tested positive to coronavirus after visiting Sydney’s Northern Beaches – as nine Queensland venues are put on alert amid fears the outbreak has jumped the border. The newly infected person visited Palm Beach in Sydney’s north before catching a ferry back to Wagstaffe on the Central Coast on Wednesday night. They got tested after news of the Northern Beaches cluster broke on Thursday before returning a positive result for coronavirus. There are now 28 coronavirus infections linked to the outbreak in Avalon. Central Coast Local Health District confirmed the new case on Friday night, saying: ‘The case has been linked to the cluster in the Northern Beaches.’ People were seen at Palm Beach in Sydney’s Northern Beaches on Friday despite NSW Health’s advice for people to stay home. A Central Coast resident visited Palm Beach on Wednesday before returning to Wagstaffe and testing positive on Friday Central Coast Local Health District confirmed the new case on Friday night, saying: ‘The case has been linked to the cluster in the Northern Beaches.’ ‘We are providing care and support to a Central Coast resident who has been diagnosed with COVID-19,’ the announcement continued. ‘They are currently in… Read full this story
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