A childcare centre and a medical centre have been listed as exposure sites on Tuesday.
Kambah Medical Centre was a close contact site on September 10 between 7.45am and 9am.
Meantime Calwell Early Childhood Centre was a casual contact site last Friday between 8am and 9.45am.
The new sites join exposure sites at Services Australia which were listed on Sunday, and joined by an additional exposure time at the federal building on Tuesday, September 14.
The north building on level three of the federal Greenway complex was recorded as a casual contact site on Tuesday between 8.30am and 1.30pm, in addition to exposure the following day at the building's Calypso Cafe (between 12.20pm to 1.10pm) and level three of the north wing for almost the full day between 8.20am and 5pm on Wednesday, September 15.
The evening light rail service from Gungahlin to Phillip Avenue was also a casual contact on the same day.
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Multiple bus routes have joined the new casual exposure sites. The affected routes are from Sunday morning, September 12 (Watson area); Monday, September 13 (Belconnen to Watson and return); Wednesday September 15 (Casey to Gungahlin and return, Watson local area, and to Dickson); Thursday, September 16 (Kippax to city and return); Friday, September 17 (Dickson to Watson) and Saturday (Woden to city).
Sites with advice to monitor for symptoms are dominated by supermarkets, including: Coles Express Belconnen, Coles Express Phillip, Coles Express Belconnen, Coles Express Dickson, Woolworths Conder, Woolworths Kippax, ALDI Amaroo, Coles Amaroo, Woolworths Belconnen, Woolworths Gungahlin, BWS Franklin, Coles Jamison, Coles Manuka, Woolworths Tuggeranong and Woolworths Metro Hawker.
Takeaway restaurants including KFC Woden and McDonald's Tuggeranong are also on the monitor list, as is Chemist Warehouse Majura Park and BWS Franklin.
Casual contacts are required to immediately quarantine, complete the contact declaration form online, and get tested.
If you were a casual more than four days ago, you will need two tests: one as soon as you immediately find out and another one on day 5. You are required to stay in quarantine until after the result of your second test are known.
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