NHILL BP Roadhouse has reopened for trade on Friday, July 23, after a harrowing COVID-19 contact experience.
The Nhill BP Road House was found to be a primary contact location on Tuesday, July 20.
The contact was due to the coronavirus-positive NSW removalists travelling through Victoria and South Australia, making the Nhill BP a tier two exposure site.
It is understood that the removalists had visited this location on July 6, from 10 to 11pm.
The BP issued a statement on Tuesday, July 20, which said it was closed for 24-48 hours for the cleaning protocol.
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They also stated no staff showed signs of illness but would all get COVID-19 tested immediately after being contacted by the Health Department about the contact.
"Department of health is actively working with us and are very supportive," the post stated.
On Thursday, July 22, the business stated that the staff had all received negative COVID-19 tests and were cleared by the Department of Health but decided to remain closed for the community's safety.
"We would like to thank you all of you for your kind support and keep checking on us that we are safe and need any assistance," staff stated in a post.
"Our staff believed that it is a blessing that we have such kind community."
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