A complete list of sites, hotspots and past exposure sites in Melbourne; More than 120 places have now been added

Victoria Health officials have added several new Tier One exposure sites in Melbourne and raised fears that the current outbreak could have a chance to spread further.

The Department of Health said Friday night that one of yesterday’s positive conditions had worked during their infectious period, without symptoms, for large food distribution centers and visited several stores across Melbourne on May 1 and 1 and other days.

“Significant contact trace work is underway to identify all close contacts in this positive case,” the department said.

“The department is working closely with the employee’s company in an effort to trace its contract.

Vic Areas Summerhill Shopping Center, Reservoir, 1:20:20 to 1:30 :: 300

Khalsa Sweets and Snacks, app pping, 12:20 to 1:10:10

Errol’s Fruit Shop, Wollert, 11: 2: 25 to 12:10

Our market, Wollert, 10 :: 300 to 11 :: 300

Bestway Supermarket, Lonsdale Street, Dandenong, 12: 1: 15 to 1: 15: 1: 15

Bestway Supermarket, Cleland Street, Dandnong, 1:00:00 to 1:40 :: 400

Marmara Halal Meats, Dandnong, 11:35 to 12: 2: 25

Sabrini Foods, Carrom Downs, 1:00:00 to 1:00:00

Spice Inn Grocery, Cleland Street, Dandnong, 1:00:00 to 1:40 :: 400

Indiagate Spices and Groceries, EPE, 0:45: to: 45 to 10: 300

Spice Spice and Nut Grocery Store, AP09G, 0. 00 to 21:00

Star Car Wash 1, Westfield Pacific Valley, Mill Park, 0:00: .0 to 1:30: .0

Star Car Wash 1, Westfield Pacific Valley, Mill Park, 0:00: .0 to 1:30: .0

Spice Spice and Nut Grocery Store, AP09G, 0. 00 to 21:00

Spice Spice and Nut Grocery Store, AP09G, 0. 00 to 21:00

Dosa Hut Craigieburn, 1:45 :: 45. To 1:15: 1.

Star Car Wash 1, Westfield Pacific Valley, Mill Park, 0:00: .0 to 1:30: .0

Spice Spice and Nut Grocery Store, 0. 000 to 21:00

Star Car Wash 1, Westfield Pacific Valley, Mill Park, 0:00: .0 to 1:30: .0

Healthy India, Broadway, Reservoir, 0:30: 300 to 1:00:00

Anyone who has visited a Tier 1 risk site at the time of enrollment should immediately wait alone, be tested, and for 1 day from the date of quarantine exposure.

Earlier on Friday, a Melbourne pub health center said the most worrying expos took place.

A COVID-positive person contracted the infection between 6:15 a.m. and 9:43 p.m. on Sunday, May 23, after eating at Mordialok’s Sporting Globe.

The transition was the state’s first outbreak outbreak to the community with no direct link to infected family or workplace contacts.

A Victorian COVID-19 case caught the virus at Sporting Globe Pub. (Google Maps)

Added to Murphy’s store list in Brunswick is an Epping Reception and Event Center, along with Preston City Hall and restaurants and stores in south Melbourne.

COVID-1 testing test commander Jeroen Weimer said hospitality venues such as bars and clubs are high-risk settings for the COVID-1 spread.

“So we now see significant risks in those social places at special risk, bars and clubs … and we are very keen to ensure that people who come to those places will come forward soon,” he said.

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“In some of those places, tens, there were hundreds of people. Not the numbers we were looking at in the QR code system,” Mr Weimar said.

Sporty Glo Globe confirmed in a statement that Monash Health had informed them of a positive case that was present at the Mordialok location on Sunday, the second case standing on Thursday, May 27.

“We are advised that our patrons of the two groups who participated in the Sporty Glo Globe Mordialok between Sunday 2 May at 1.17pm – 9pm between 9.3pm have been positively tested for Covid 1 for,” said the signing hospitality group. James Sinclair said.

“Our ideas are not with our customers who are unhealthy, and we want to restore them as soon as possible.”

All 11 staff members returned negative test results and will be separated for 1 14 days.

The closed site has been deeply cleaned and will be reopened once it is approved to do so.

Bunnings Thomastown has been added to the Melbourne exposure list.
Bunnings Thomastown has been added to the Melbourne exposure list. (Google Maps)
A skull, nail bar, multi gym, petrol station, Bunnings And cinema has also been added to the state’s exposure list.

Bunnis, in Thomasstown, north of Melbourne, was found by a man with the virus on May 13 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Anyone who was there should be tested and isolated as long as they can say they are not negative.

More locations have been identified as Tier One exposure sites that include anytime fitness on Market Street in South Melbourne.

Anyone out there who went there Specific time The test listed by the health department and 1 get day should be separated.

Positive Case also appeared at the DFO South Wharf Outlet Food Court on May 24 and visited Roll Rod and Boost Juice between 12/15 and 1.11pm.

The food court is listed as a tier two exposure site, meaning anyone who attended must be tested.

“Transmissions at some of these high-risk sites – indoors, close contacts, prolonged contacts, and talking without a mask – increase the risk,” said Chief Health Officer Professor Brett Sutton.

“So we’re calling on people to check those risk sites through the board, but especially those well-engaged social sites.”

The Palace Hotel in Melbourne, South Melbourne, is an addition to the list of exposure sites. (Google Maps)
A confirmed positive COVID-19 case participated in the North Melbourne vs Ascend game at Marvel Stadium. (Nine)

A Confirmed Positive COVID-19 Case Participates in North Melbourne vs. Ascendant Game at Marvel Stadium

A positive case also took place in Collingwood Port Adelaide on Sunday.

The man sat in Zone 4, at Level 1 of the Great Southern Stand, at the end of Punt Road.

A complete list of exposure sites can be found Here.

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