Shoppers warned to limit outings with supermarkets visited by more confirmed COVID-19 cases

Shoppers warned to limit outings with supermarkets visited by more confirmed COVID-19 cases

Shoppers warned to limit outings with supermarkets visited by more confirmed COVID-19 cases Shoppers in New South Wales are being warned to limit their outings as more supermarkets are being visited by confirmed COVID-19 cases. Key points: - Supermarkets have seen an influx of online shoppers during the recent outbreak - The retail union says workers are still being asked to sell non-essential items in store - A Woolworths store in Belrose was attended by COVID cases on eight days this month Premier Gladys Berejiklian said while the two main places where the virus continued to spread were "workplaces and also in households", retail stores were emerging as a growing source of transmission. "We're finding that when people are going to buy their groceries or going to the pharmacist or other critical retail or other critical workplaces that, unfortunately, the disease is spreading," she said. "We're also noticing now workers and patrons are picking up the disease and taking it home to their families." NSW Health last night was forced to quash social media reports that supermarkets were going to …
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