Venues across regional Victoria and several health facilities have been added to the state’s list of COVID-19 exposure sites.
The waiting room at the Casey Hospital Emergency Department in Berwick, in Melbourne’s south-east, has been listed as a Level 1 site between 20:28 and 23:36 on 14 September.
The hospital’s adult unit for short-term stays was a level 1 exposure site between 2:10 and 14:26 the next day. Parts of the hospital are listed as the slightly lower risk tier 2 category for a number of times during 14 and 15 September.
Curlewis Medical Center on the Bellarine Peninsula, near Geelong, is a level 1 between 11.00 and 12.10 on 9 September – more than a week ago.
Millennium Medical Center, in Footscray in the inner west of Melbourne, is listed as a Level 2 location by September 10, but some people will be contacted by the health department as tier 1 contacts.
A number of venues across Ballarat, including in the city center and suburbs of Delacombe, Sebastopol and Wendouree, have been added. It comes a day after Greater Ballarat began a seven-day lockdown following the discovery of COVID-19 cases.
A restaurant in Wodonga in northeast Victoria joined the hospitality resorts of Brunswick East, Laverton, Airport West, Keilor East, Thomastown, Preston and Thomastown on the overnight list.
Anyone who has visited a Level 1 site during the exposure period should be tested and isolated for 14 days.
See the table below to find all places of concern as well as their display windows.
You can find information about testing the site’s hours and the nearest place to you on the Ministry of Health’s website.
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