ABC believes a person with COVID-19 attended the Wallabies v France game at AAMI Park in Melbourne on Tuesday night, but Victoria health officials have not yet confirmed it as a new exposure site.
There are now more than 70 venues in Victoria listed as COVID-19 exposure sites as the state health officials seek to contain the state’s coronavirus outbreak.
On Thursday evening, health officials added Tier 1 exposure sites in op shops in Sunshine, Niddrie and Bundoora.
A Spotlight store in Carnegie Central Shopping Center, a dentist’s office in Bundoora, and a drug store in Maribyrnong have also been listed as Teir 1 locations.
Earlier this week, a section of the MCG was listed as an exposure site after a positive case attended the AFL game between Carlton and Geelong on July 10.
See the table below for all the websites and exposure windows.
Visit the Ministry of Health’s website for information on test site opening times and the closest location.
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