Covid-19 exposure

UPDATED  7th January 2022


A staff member of the Co-op has tested positive for COVID-19 after a rapid antigen test at the onset of symptoms on Thursday evening 6th January. This staff member was wearing a mask at all times during their shifts.

The staff member worked between 1:45pm and 6:00pm on Wednesday 5th January and 12:00pm and 6:00pm on Thursday 6th January. It is possible that the staff member was contagious during these shifts despite being asymptomatic at that time.

Members and customers who were at the main shop during these times are advised to use the following link to assess their exposure and follow any recommendations given by NSW Health.

The Co-op site will be cleaned according to recommendations prior to reopening for normal trading. We anticipate the main shop being closed for a few hours on Friday morning 7th January to accommodate this. We apologize if this causes you any inconvenience.

We would like to take this opportunity to reinforce the following reminders to our members and customers:

  • Use our call & collect service if you wish to avoid public places. Call 47825890 between 10:00am and 3:00pm and speak to the shop for contactless collection the same day
  • Monitor your symptoms and if you are unwell, stay home, rest and consider if you need to be tested. Read more about symptoms here
  • Maintain physical distance as much as possible when in public
  • Wear a mask if you are able to
  • Wash your hands well and often
  • Cough into your elbow or a tissue and immediately wash your hands well and throw away any used tissues

We thank you for your ongoing support and hope to see you in the shop soon.



Masks, COVID-19 Safe Check-in and vaccination evidence


All people over the age of 12 must wear a face mask:

  • in indoor areas (e.g. while shopping, when at a library)
  • in indoor areas of common property of apartment buildings
  • at a public transport waiting area
  • while on public transport (including in taxis and rideshare services)
  • if you are working at a hospitality venue and dealing directly with members of the public
  • on an aircraft when the aircraft is flying above NSW and in the airport.

Exemptions are available. Learn more about face mask rules.

COVID-19 Safe Check-in

COVID-19 Safe QR check-ins are only required at:

  • retail premises
  • food and drink premises
  • pubs, small bars and registered clubs
  • hairdressers, spas, nail, beauty, waxing, and tanning salons, tattoo parlours and massage parlours
  • gyms (except dance, yoga, pilates, gymnastics, and martial arts studios)
  • hospitals (except patients of hospitals or hospitals with an electronic entry recording system that records sufficient information such that it can be used for contact tracing)
  • residential care facilities or hostels (except in relation to the residents)
  • places of public worship
  • funeral, memorials and gatherings afterwards
  • nightclubs
  • casinos
  • strip clubs, sex on premises venues, sex services premises
  • indoor music festivals with more than 1000 people.

Occupiers of premises are required to continue to take reasonable steps to ensure people can check-in or provide their contact details when they enter these premises.

If you are entering a premises where check-in is required, you must:

  • check in with the Service NSW app or
  • provide your details to the occupier of the premises.

Learn more about COVID-19 Safe Check-in and mandatory electronic check-in.

Vaccination evidence

Most premises in NSW are now open to everyone, regardless of whether you are fully vaccinated or not.

You no longer need to show evidence that you are fully vaccinated at most premises in NSW.

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