A wholesale food supplier has been listed as a casual exposure site for seven days in a row.
Bidfood Canberra in Fyshwick has been added to exposure sites from Wednesday last week through to Tuesday, between 5.30am and 12.30pm.
Casual contacts needs to fill out a declaration form, quarantine immediately and get tested as advised by ACT Health.
The length of quarantine and number of tests needed depends on the contact type, as advised here.
There have been no new close contact sites added to the ACT's COVID-19 exposure location list.
Commonwealth Bank in Dickson has been added with advice to monitor for symptoms, for those who visited between 8am and 12pm on August 17.
A St George ATM in Fyshwick is also on the list to monitor, for an hour on Wednesday.
Woolworths Mawson has been added to exposure sites list again.
Anyone at the supermarket on Sunday, August 29 from 8.20am to 10am is listed as a casual contact; it is also listed as a "monitor" site between 9.25am and 10.10am on Monday, August 30.
7-Eleven Mawson is also a "monitor" site for a time on Wednesday.
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Many new locations are on the southside, including Woolworths Weston Creek, BWS Weston Creek and various stores within Cooleman Court Shopping Centre in Weston.
Nandos Canberra Centre is a casual site on Friday, August 27 from 12pm to 1pm; and SupaExpress Florey.
Anyone at SupaExpress Florey from Monday, August 30 at 5.40pm to 6.45pm is deemed a casual contact.
Read the full list here.
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