Victorian breaking lockdown crosses the border at Goondiwindi

Confirmed Covid case stopped in Goondiwindi

Did you visit Goondiwindi McDonald's on Saturday morning?

A woman who has tested positive to Covid 19 visited the local establishment at the weekend with anyone who was in the vicinity now told to get tested.

At a press conference earlier this afternoon the warning was issued by Queensland authorities.

The 44-year-old woman, who tested positive, travelled from Victoria, through NSW, into QLD arriving on Saturday, June 5, then travelling up to the Sunshine Coast to reside with family members.

The woman was tested yesterday (Tuesday 8th) and was confirmed today a positive case. The woman is still being interviewed but a premilinary list of exposure sites has been released.

They include McDonald's Goondiwindi between the hours of 7.35-7.50am, and Caltex Super servo at Toowoomba between 11 and 11.15am, plus other Sunshine Coast addresses.

Meanwhile, the woman also stopped in four NSW towns, signing-in to several venues using the QR codes.

Anyone who attended the following Moree venues during these times must immediately get tested and isolate until you receive further information from NSW Health:

  • Gwydir Carapark and Thermal Pools from Thursday, June 3 at 1.45pm, all day Friday to 7.30am on Saturday 5th
  • Cafe Omega on Thursday, June 3 between 1.30-4.30pm
  • Cafe Omega on Friday, June 4 between 7-9.30am
  • Cafe Omega on Friday 4th between 11.50am and 2pm
  • Amaroo Tavern on Friday 4th between 4.30 and 11pm

If you have been to any of the exposure sites - whether you have symptoms or not - you should come forward and get tested.

The details of why the woman left Victoria have not yet been confirmed.

More information to come.