The list of COVD-19 exposure sites in nearby towns across New South Wales has grown overnight.

The towns of Gundagai and Huskisson have been added, along with additional venues in already identified towns such as Goulburn, Jervis Bay and Vincentia.

It come following revelations that the family of the Victorian person identified on Wednesday as having tested positive to the virus after visiting the state, have also now returned positive results for the virus.

New South Wales Health now believe the family was potentially infectious between May 19 and 24.

The newly identified covid exposures below are in addition to those announced on Wednesday.

  • Goulburn, Shell Coles Express, Big Merino, 1/3 Sowerby St: Wednesday, 19 May 1.45pm -2.05pm (in addition to times previously announced)
  • Gundagai, The Coffee Pedaler, 136 Sheridan St: Wednesday, 19 May, 9.30-11.15am
  • Jervis Bay, Green Patch campground, Booderee National Park, Village Bay Rd: Wednesday, 19 May 4pm – Monday 24 May, 9am
  • Huskisson, 5 Little Pigs Shop 4-5, 64-66 Owen St: Friday, 21 May 8am-11.30am
  • Huskisson, Huskisson Treasure Chest, 74 Owen St: Friday, 21 May 11.30am-12pm
  • Vincentia, Coles Vincentia Shopping Village (in addition to times previously announced) 21 The Wool Rd: Friday, 21 May, 12pm-1pm and Saturday, 22 May 12pm-1pm (in addition to times previously announced)
  • Gundagai, Gundagai Craft Centre: 105 Sheridan St: Wednesday, 19 May 11am-12pm
  • Gundagai, Junque and Disorderly Antique Shop, 177 Sheridan St: Wednesday, 19 May 11am-12pm

ACT Health is now advising anyone that’s been to any of the exposure sites identified in New South Wales to contact them, complete and online declaration form, get tested for the virus and isolate for 14 days from the last time you were at the affected venues, regardless of if you return a negative test result.


Any non-ACT residents who are planning to come to the ACT and have visited any of the NSW exposure locations during the dates and times specified, cannot enter the ACT without an approved exemption prior to arrival.

NSW Health said it will continue investigating the situation across the state and warns more venues could be added to the exposure sites list.