As you may be aware, the Premier has today announced increased restrictions which will come into effect 11.59pm, Saturday 17th July 2021.
In line with this, a number of our stores will temporarily close or change the way they provide access to products and services.
The following are essential goods and services and are permitted to continue to trade during this time:
- Supermarkets and grocery stores (including butchers, bakeries, fruit and vegetable stores, liquor stores and fishmongers);
- Stores that predominantly sell health, medical, maternity and infant supplies;
- Pharmacies and chemists;
- Petrol stations;
- Car hire;
- Banks and financial institutions;
- Hardware, nurseries and building supplies;
- Agricultural and rural supplies;
- Pet supplies;
- Post offices and newsagents; and
- Office supplies.
Although these store are permitted to trade, some may make the decision to temporarily close or otherwise reduce hours. Plan your trip and contact individual stores for specific trading hours as well as delivery or click and collect options during this period.
The health and safety of our community is important to us.
NSW Health has issued an update that the customer who tested positive for COVID and visited Blooms the Chemist at Miller Central on Monday 12th July also visited Aldi at Miller Central on Monday 12th July between 12pm to 12.30pm.
NSW Health has issued advise that anyone who attended Blooms the Chemist on Monday 12th July between 12.30pm – 1.30pm and Aldi Miller Central on Monday 12th July between 12pm to 12.30pm is a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate for 14 days until they get a negative result.
Customers are reminded to continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.
Following deep cleans and sanitisation, Blooms the Chemist and ALDI have opened once more. With customer safety at the forefront, Miller Central remains open with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place.