Byron Bay community responds to active COVID case

Byron Bay community responds to active COVID case

Byron Bay community responds to active COVID case Byron Bay businesses are nervously waiting for the results of COVID-19 contact tracing and testing after a worker at the Aquarius Backpacker Hostel tested positive to the virus on Wednesday and more than 80 people were identified as close contacts. Key points: - Police and health authorities locked down the Byron Bay hostel late on Wednesday - More than 80 guests and staff are under 48-hour 'stop and stay' orders - Authorities are using the time to carry out contact tracing and test guests for COVID-19 The accommodation facility is halfway through a 48-hour 'stop and stay' order issued on Wednesday afternoon after the detection of the positive COVID-19 case. Wayne Jones from the Northern New South Wales Local Health District said …
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