ALDI Amaroo and Amcal+ Pharmacy Belconnen were on Monday evening added to the ACT's COVID-19 exposure site list.
ALDI Amaroo was exposed on Saturday, September 11 between 10.30am and 11.30am; and anyone at Amcal+ Pharmacy Belconnen on Wednesday, September 8 from 9.10am to 10.25 is a casual contact.
On Monday morning, a school for children with a disability, and a childcare centre were added to the exposure site list in the ACT.
Malkara Specialist School at Garran was listed as a close contact location between 8.30am and 3.30pm on September 7 and 8.
Meantime, Nipperville Early Learning Centre in Watson was also a close contact exposure site between 8.45am and 6.10pm on September 6 and 7.
In another update on Monday, Molonglo Dental Surgery in Coombs was added as a casual exposure site for times over September 8,9 and 10.
Woolworths Mawson and Capital Chemist Mawson have also been added as casual contact sites in the latest update, in addition to Woolworths Metro Franklin.
The reception of Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service in Narrabundah was a casual exposure site last Friday between 8.30pm and 4.00pm.
The health service has closed and postponed COVID-19 vaccine appointments scheduled for Monday and Tuesday with a number of staff forced to isolate due to exposure.
Clients have been advised to attend the AIS vaccination centre or wait until Wednesday when Winnunga is due to reopen.
Winnunga provides COVID-19 vaccinations and testing to clients, though testing is accessed from a separate entrance.
"This is just a wake-up call to everybody to get vaccinated," CEO of Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service Julie Tongs said on ABC radio.
"Earlier in the week we had a vulnerable client that has some very, very complex health issues, that attended the clinic with no symptoms at all," she said.
"And on Friday afternoon we got a message to say that all of the staff that had been in close proximity needed to best tested, and this is the outcome of that."
Ms Tongs said all staff at Winnunga were fully vaccinated, and those that weren't had been stood down at the beginning of lockdown due to the risk to staff and clients.
Narrabundah Friendly Grocer was also a casual contact site for a time on September 8, while an express supermarket in Charnwood and a public transport route make up other new casual exposure sites.
Sites in Belconnen, Charnwood, Fyshwick, Hawker, Waniassa and Yarralumla were added to the sites with advice to monitor for symptoms on Monday.
Woolworths Dickson, Woolworths Dunlop, Shell Coles Express Charnwood, Narrabundah Friendly Grocer are also among new monitor for symptoms sites.
A cafe in Narrabundah and a tobacconist in Dickson were also listed for days last week.
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