New tier 1 COVID-19 exposure sites listed in Victoria

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-10-24/victoria-covid-exposure-sites-sunday-october-24/100563498

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Health authorities have listed new tier 1 COVID-19 exposure sites in Victoria.

The new tier 1 sites are:

  • Fobia Industires in Benalla for seven days from October 11
  • The Deck restaurant and bar in Shepparton on October 19
  • 9 Grams cafe in Torquay on October 20

The government has stopped listing all exposure sites, instead only publishing the most high-risk venues publicly. Others are managed by contact tracers privately and through the Service Victoria check-in app.

Anyone who has been to a tier 1 exposure site at the specified time must get tested and isolate for 14 days if unvaccinated, or for seven days if fully vaccinated. 

Check the list below for all of the exposure sites and times.

You can find information on testing site hours and your nearest site on the Department of Health website.https://www.abc.net.au/res/sites/news-projects/covid-vic-exposure-sites/5.3.0/?state=vic&collapsed=true&abcnewsembedheight=1600Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.Volume 100%01:3902:1602:53 Recycling the waste COVID-19 has created(Emilia Terzon)

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