The southbound BP truck stop at Chinderah has been listed as a Covid casual contact venue for September 8.

A Northern NSW Local Health District spokesman said a person with Covid-19 visited the venue when travelling between Sydney and Brisbane for work.

The spokesman said the person was not a resident of Northern NSW Local Health District and was no longer in the area.

He said there were no confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the area.

A casual contact warning has been issued for anyone who was at the service centre between 1.45pm and 4.30pm on September 8.

“It is vital that anyone who has any symptoms of Covid-19 gets tested as soon as they can and isolates while they await their result,” the spokesman said.

The listing comes days two other Northern New South Wales venues were listed.

The sites were the Ampol Service Station beside the northbound lanes of Tweed Valley Way at Chinderah from 12.45pm until 1.30pm on September 6 and the BP Travel Centre on the Bruxner Highway at West Ballina from 9.30am until 9.15am on September 8.

Positive Covid fragments have also been recorded at the Byron Bay and Bangalow sewage treatment plants collected on September 7.

Information on testing clinics and their opening hours can be found on the NSW government website or through a GP.

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