Tom Price exposure sites grow with Shell service station, Asian restaurant added to list

Alexander Scott and Cheyanne EncisoPilbara News
The Tom Price Shell Petrol Station has been added to the list of COVID-19 exposure sites
Camera IconThe Tom Price Shell Petrol Station has been added to the list of COVID-19 exposure sites Credit: Supplied/Google Maps

A service station and an Asian restaurant has been added to the growing list of sites visited by confirmed cases in Tom Price.

The Shell Service station was added as an exposure site on February 17 with visitors to the venue on February 11 from 6.00pm to 6.15pm told to monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.

Red Breeze in Tom Price has been added as an exposure site.
Camera IconRed Breeze in Tom Price has been added as an exposure site. Credit: Supplied/Facebook/Facebook

The same health advice applies to anyone who visited the Red Breeze restaurant on Stadium Road on February 11 from 12pm to 2pm.

It comes after a student from the Tom Price Primary School attended the Year 5/6 class in room 15 on February 7 and 8 while infectious.

Newman’s Capricorn Bar and Grill was added as an exposure site on February 16, with people who visited the venue on February 11 between 7.30pm and 9.00pm told to monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.

Meanwhile, the Coles supermarket in Tom Price was also added as an exposure site with visitors on February 8 between 4.00pm and 4.30pm and February 13 between 10.30am to 12.00pm told to monitor for symptoms.

The Tom Price Mitre 10 has been added to the list of exposure sites
Camera IconThe Tom Price Mitre 10 has been added to the list of exposure sites Credit: Supplied/Facebook/Facebook

Earlier this week the town’s Guardian Pharmacy was added as a COVID-19 exposure site, with people who visited the venue on February 9 between 12.00pm and 12.30pm told to monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.

The town’s Mitre 10 store was also added as an exposure site, with people who visited the site on February 12 between 9.00am and 9.30am also told to monitor for symptoms.

The East Pilbara and West Pilbara are the two least vaccinated regions in the state as of February 14 with 61.4 per cent and 58.7 per cent respectively of the population above 12 years of age double dosed.

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