A supermarket in Piesley Street has been named Orange's latest venue of concern.
Anyone who visited Ashcrofts SUPA IGA from 3:35pm to 3:45pm, on Friday, September 24, is considered a casual contact, according to NSW Health, and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.
The Orange location was one of a number in the Central Tablelands and Central West announced by NSW Health, which included an adult store in Bathurst, a pharmacy and supermarket in Canowindra, a butcher in Cowra and a bottle shop in Wellington.
This comes after NSW released its roadmap out of the pandemic, with a three stage reopening which starts from October 11 and finishes on December 1.
Restrictions are also expected to ease in the ACT next month with the territory's chief minister saying the move out of lockdown is only "possible because of our nation leading vaccination levels".
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