Coles and Woolworths in Tuggeranong have both been identified as locations of concern in the latest update to the growing list of ACT exposure sites.
The Greenway supermarkets are listed as casual-contact locations, with anyone who visited Coles from 10.10am to 11.10am on Monday, and Woolworths from 11.15am to 12.45pm on Friday required to follow health directions.
It also listed Smile Sensations in Casey as a casual contact location for Wednesday, August 11 from 5.50pm to 6.50pm.
Casual contacts must complete a declaration form, immediately quarantine and get tested for COVID-19.
People who visited Liquorland Tuggeranong from 10.30am to 11.15am on the same day are directed to monitor for symptoms, after it too was added to the exposure site list.
ACT Health has now identified more than 400 exposure sites in the ACT since the first case of coronavirus was reported two weeks ago.
The outbreak climbed to 176 active cases this week after another eight cases were recorded in the territory on Wednesday.
Now entering week three of lockdown, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr confirmed at the most recent case update that the capital would not end lockdown early.
Mr Barr flagged during Wednesday's press conference that some easing of restrictions were being considered and would be announced ahead of the weekend.
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