New bus routes, supermarkets and retailers have been added to the list of COVID-19 exposure sites in Canberra.
Anyone who visited KFC Fyshwick between 11.15am and 12.50pm on Thursday, August 12 is considered a close contact and should quarantine immediately, complete an ACT contact declaration form and get tested for COVID-19 when advised by ACT Health.
The Florey (John Cleland Crescent) to Belconnen (Lake Ginninderra College) bus route BUS415 on Monday, August 9, from 1pm to 1.15pm has been identified as a causal contact location. The return route (BUS431) was also a casual contact location from 4pm to 4.15pm the same day.
Exposure times for several bus and light rail routes have also been updated.
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Three supermarkets have been listed as casual contact locations:
- Woolworths Charnwood: Saturday, August 14 from 1pm to 3pm
- Woolworths Kambah: Saturday, August 14 from 2pm to 2.30pm
- Woolworths Dickson: Sunday, August 15 from 12pm to 12.30pm
People at the Power Kart Raceway at Griffith on Thursday, August 12 from 12 noon to 1.30pm are considered casual contacts.
Officeworks in Fyshwick was a casual exposure location on Friday, August 13 between 5.25pm and 6.05pm.
Casual contacts should immediately quarantine, fill out the declaration form and then get tested as per ACT Health recommendations.
Further sites have been added where visitors should monitor for symptoms:
- 7-Eleven Phillip: Friday, August 13, 10.55am to 11.10am
- Dan Murphy's Dickson: Sunday, August 15, 12.20pm -12.50pm
- Meatways Kambah: Saturday, August 14, 1.20pm to 2pm
- Greenshed Mitchell: Wednesday, August 11, 9.45am to 2.15pm
Earlier on Thursday, Goodstart Early Learning Turner, Ginninderra Medical and Dental Care and Greenway Views retirement village were listed as exposure locations.
The full list of exposure sites is available here.
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