The number of COVID-19 exposure sites in the ACT has grown to 39, with authorities adding the Downer Community Centre, the Casey Supabarn and a Kingston medical centre to the list.
Chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman has encouraged Canberrans to continue monitoring ACT Health's list of exposure sites.
The Gold Creek School, including its early childhood learning centre, was earlier added to the list of the ACT's exposure sites, where potentially thousands have inadvertently come into contact with COVID-19.
The exposure times for this site have been updated to include Thursday, August 12, 8am to 3.10pm, in addition to August 9 to 11.
Coles Amaroo has been listed as a casual contact exposure location from 4pm to 4.20pm on Sunday, August 8.
People on floors 1,2 and 3 of the Abode Hotel in Kingston on Wednesday, August 11 from 7.50am to 11.59pm and Thursday, August 12 from 12am to 7pm are also considered casual contacts.
New exposure times were listed for Fiction Bar in Civic between 9pm and 11.59pm on Saturday, August 7.
The Casey Supabarn and Sushi Island have been named close-contact exposure sites on Tuesday between 4pm and 4.15pm. Anyone else in the centre around that time must monitor for symptoms.
The central food court at the Canberra Outlet Centre has also been named as a new venue for casual contact between 1.30pm and 2.30pm on August 8.
People who attended the under-14 girls AFL match at Aranda Playing Fields between Ainslie and Belconnen on Sunday between 9am and 11.30am will need to monitor for symptoms.
The Downer Community Centre at Frencham Place is now a close-contact exposure site between 1pm and 6pm on Sunday. Anyone who attended must be tested and isolate for 14 days regardless of the result.
The Mitchell St Vincent de Paul, at 32 Buckland Street, is a close contact site between 3.30pm and 4pm on Tuesday.
Anyone who attended Ochre Medical Centre at Green Square, Kingston between 4.30pm and 4.40pm on Wednesday must monitor for symptoms.
Anyone who attended Gold Creek School on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday is considered a close contact and needs to get tested and quarantine for 14 days regardless of the result.
The Gunners Place youth centre, on Hibberson Street in Gungahlin, was also named a close-contact exposure site, between 1.30pm and 2.30pm on Wednesday.
Two discount department stores and a Deakin cafe have also joined list, as the city grapples with its first coronavirus outbreak in more than a year.
Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School and its early learning centre is a casual contact site between 8.25am and 5.00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday needs to isolate until they receive a negative test result.
Pellegrino's Cafe in Fyshwick was added to the list of close-contact exposure sites, along with the Windsor Smith shop at the Canberra Outlet Centre.
People who attended Windsor Smith between 2.45pm and 3.15pm on Sunday, need to get tested and remain in quarantine for 14 days regardless of the result.
Anyone who was at Pellegrino's cafe on Tuesday between 7.15am and 8.15am, on Wednesday between 8.30am and 8.35am and 12pm and 1pm, and Thursday between 8.30am and 8.35am needs to get tested and remain in 14-day isolation regardless of the result.
Anyone who attended the Deakin EQ Cafe and Lounge between 6.30am and 11.30am on Monday, 6.30am and 4pm on Wednesday and 6.30am and 10am on Thursday is a casual contact and needs to get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.
ACT Health said anyone who attended the Gungahlin Kmart and Big W stores on Tuesday afternoon were casual contacts of a confirmed case.
Anyone who attended the Gungahlin Kmart between 3pm and 4pm or Big W between 3.45pm and 4.30pm is a casual contact.
Casual contacts must complete the ACT contact declaration form and immediately quarantine.
If you were at the casual exposure site less than four days ago, you will need to get one test as soon as possible and then another test five days after you were at that location. You need to remain in quarantine until you get a negative result from the second test.
If you were at the casual exposure site four or more days ago, you will only need to get one test and will be able to leave quarantine if the result is negative.
ACT Health had earlier identified 14 close-contact exposure sites in the ACT, but warned the list was likely to grow as contact tracers continued to plot the path of the virus.
ACT Health requires people who have been at identified exposure sites to complete an online form available on the ACT COVID-19 website.
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Anyone who attended the Canberra Outlet Centre outside of the individual outlets listed between 2pm and 3.30pm on August 8 must monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they develop, ACT Health said.
"ACT Health will be updating the ACT COVID-19 website regularly, with exposure locations posted each day," a spokesperson said.
"Even if you have not been in an exposure location please be extra vigilant when monitoring for symptoms of COVID-19 and get tested immediately if you experience even the mildest of symptoms.
"We will continue to provide regular updates on the situation as it emerges."
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