Four Woolworths supermarkets have been listed as new Covid exposure sites.
Woolies in Charnwood, Kambah, Dickson and Weston Creek have been listed as new locations.
Two bus routes, an Officeworks and a Dan Murphy's have also been listed as casual contacts.
New exposure sites, Friday August 20
- Woolworths Charnwood, Saturday 14 August: 1 - 3:00pm (Casual)
- Greenshed Mitchell, Wednesday 11 August: 9:45am - 2:15pm (Monitor)
- Meatways Kambah Butcher, Saturday 14 August: 1:20 - 2:00pm (Monitor)
- Kambah Woolworths, Saturday 14 August: 2 - 2:30pm (Casual)
- Woolworths Supermarkets Dickson, Sunday 15 August 12 - 12:30pm (Casual)
- Dan Murphy's Dickson Sunday, 15 August 12:20 - 12:50pm (Monitor)
- Officeworks Fyshwick, Friday 13 August: 5:25 - 6:05pm (Casual)
- 7-Eleven Phillip, Friday 13 August: 10:55 - 11:10am (Monitor)
- Woolworths Weston Creek, Friday 13 August: 10.30am - 12:00pm (Monitor)
- BUS415, Florey (John Cleland Crescent) to Belconnen (Lake Ginninderra College), Monday 9 August: 1 - 1:15pm (Casual)
- BUS431, Belconnen (Lake Ginninderra College) to Florey (John Cleland Crescent) Monday 9 August: 4 - 4:15pm (Casual)
Additionally, people who rode the bus or the light rail from Tuesday to Thursday last week are encouraged to check the latest Covid exposure sites.
ACT Health has downgraded travellers on several routes from close to casual contacts.
Those who took the light rail from 8.20am to 8.38am and 3.18pm to 3.37pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are now considered casual contacts.
Anyone who took Bus Route 26 at various times in the morning and afternoon on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last are also considered casual contacts.
Gold Creek Senior Campus Gym has also been upgraded from a casual contact to a close contact site for anyone who visited on August 9, from 5pm to 10pm.
More than 19,200 close contacts had been identified in the ACT on Thursday, as the territory's case numbers hit 83.
ACT Health authorities will provide another update at midday on Friday.
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