Joondalup restaurant added to 14-day Covid-19 quarantine table

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All restaurants where people now testing positive have dined-in are of higher risk, according to the Department of Health. File picture

THERE is more urgency for northern suburbs residents to check if they have visited a Joondalup restaurant at specific times on April 22 as it has now been added to the 14-day Covid-19 quarantine table.

At 12.19pm today a Department of Health spokeswoman said the Thai Thyme was a new restaurant on the quarantine table.

The Department of Health Healthy WA website says Covid-19 transmission within a restaurant setting has now been recorded.

“As a result, all restaurants where cases have dined-in are of higher risk,’’ the website says.

If you were at the Thai Thyme in the food court at Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre from 6.45pm to 8pm on April 22 you must get tested and complete the full 14 days of self-quarantine regardless of your test result.

If you have not yet been contacted by Public Health Operations please call 13 COVID (13 26843).

Public Health Operations will provide guidance on testing and quarantine requirements.

Meanwhile, Landsdale Early Learning and Enrichment Childcare has been added to the list of places where if you visited at the same time as a confirmed Covid-19 case you need to attend a Covid clinic for testing.

The dates for the Landsdale Early Learning and Enrichment Childcare are April 23 from 5pm to 5.30pm, April 22 from 4.30pm to 5pm, April 21 from 4.45pm to 5.15pm and April 20 from 4.15pm to 5.15pm – with the Department of Health saying public health has contacted affected families.

The full list of locations and flight details is available on the Healthy WA website.

Some northern suburbs added to Covid-19 exposure locations