ALDI Belconnen and a bottleshop in Mawson have been listed as a casual contact site in the latest update of exposure sites.
ALDI Belconnen was exposed on Saturday, September 4, between 10.20am and 11.40am.
Anyone who visited the Flow Bottle Shop, Mawson on August 29, between 5.00pm and 5.40pm, is a casual contact.
Casual contacts need to complete the contact declaration form, quarantine and get tested as advised by ACT Health.
People who visited the site on August 24 between 12.00pm and 12.40pm should monitor for symptoms.
The latest updates to exposure sites have seen a growing list with advice to monitor for symptoms, with new locations in Kaleen, Kambah, Belconnen, Conder, Greenway and Holt.
Capital Chemist O'Connor was an exposure site on Wednesday between 3.40pm and 4.20pm, Friday between 10.50am and 11.30am, and Saturday between 2pm and 2.40pm.
Anyone who visited at these times should monitor for symptoms and get tested immediately if they develop.
Supermarkets in Amaroo, Narrabundah, Ngunnawal, Holt, Mawson and Lyneham, as well as bottleshops in Gungahlin and Mawson are also among the new "monitor for symptoms" sites.
On Tuesday, a number of restaurants offering takeaway in Belconnen were added to the monitor list.
Canberra's list of casual exposure locations list was expanded on Tuesday night to include Coles Canberra City, BidFood Canberra and wellness centre Motion Wellness.
Anyone who was at Coles Canberra City on Sunday, August 29, between 11.25am and 12.20pm is considered a casual contact.
BidFood Canberra in Fyshwick was added as an exposure site for Wednesday, September 1, between 5.30am and 10am, and Thursday, September 2, from 5.30am to 12.30pm.
Motion Wellness in Macquarie was exposed at Friday, September 3, between 1.52pm and 2.30pm.
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A construction site on the ANU campus as well as a range of restaurants offering takeaway were added to the list on Tuesday morning.
A construction site at the ANU Research School of Physics and Engineering in Acton is now considered a casual contact location on Friday between 7am and 4pm.
Eighty/Twenty in Braddon (also known as 80/20 Food Braddon) was added to the list for last Tuesday between 10.40am and 11.30am.
Beyond Pharmacy Braddon was also added for last Wednesday between 4.30pm and 5.30pm.
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The Reject Shop Gungahlin was a casual contact site last Thursday between 8.30am and 3.30pm, and Friday between 8.30am and 5pm.
A number of public transport routes have also been added for Thursday and Friday.
Woolworths and Chemist Warehouse Majura Park are considered casual contact sites for last Monday.
The full list of exposure sites is available here.
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