A number of new casual contact exposure sites have been announced on Thursday, in the suburbs of Curtin, Gungahlin, Amaroo, Belconnen, Hawker, Holt, Macquarie and Phillip.
Woolworths Gungahlin was exposed on Saturday, September 4 3.45pm to 4.35pm.
Urban Cellars Kippax in Holt is listed as a casual location on Friday, September 3 between 1.15pm and 2pm.
Cash Converters Woden was a casual contact site on Saturday between 11.45am and 12.45pm, while Cash Converters Belconnen is listed for last Wednesday between 1.20pm and 2.40pm.
Supermarkets including Coles Curtin, Woolworths Gungahlin, Coles Jamison, ALDI Belconnen, Woolworths Metro Hawker, ALDI Macquarie, Coles Jamison and ALDI Amaroo make up most of the casual exposure locations.
KFC Hawker is listed for last Thursday between 1.10pm and 2.00pm, as was Australia Post Jamison between 3.50pm and 4.40pm.
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Locations with advice to monitor for symptoms were also updated Thursday to include the suburbs of Braddon, Canberra City, Condor, Crace, Gunghalin, Holt, Belconnen, Hawker, Macquarie and Mitchell.
Optimal Pharmacy Plus Jamison appears on the monitor list for a period on Friday, and then for consecutive days from Sunday through to Monday this week.
The new exposure sites come as the number of active cases in the ACT fell to 227.There remains more than 340 current exposure locations listed for the ACT.
Canberra reported 15 new cases on Thursday, seven of whom were infectious in the community.
ACT government leaders have continued to express concern over the number of people who are infectious in the community
Over the past week, more than half the reported cases spent time in the community while infectious.
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