Construction site and apartment buildings listed as sites of exposure to COVID-19

Construction site and apartment buildings listed as sites of exposure to COVID-19

There are now over 1,000 places on the Department of Health’s list of COVID-19 exposure sites in Victoria.

Overnight, dozens of places were added to the list, including a construction site in Fisherman’s Bend and several apartment buildings in Melbourne.

The construction site of Fishermans Bend Elementary School at 477 Graham Street, Port Melbourne, is listed as a Level 2 exposure site from August 24 to August 28.

The Ministry of Health said some people will be in close Level 1 contact and will be contacted individually and asked to quarantine for 14 days.

The Havenlea apartment complex at 93 Furlong Street, Caernlia, is listed as a Level 2 exposure site between August 25 and August 30.

The GEOX residential complex located at 37-43 Breeze Street, Brunswick, was listed as a Level 2 exposure site between August 22 and August 30.

Some people associated with the site will also be considered level 1 close contacts.

Several public transit services are also listed, including several metro train services on the Upfield, Craigieburn, and Mernda lines between August 24 and 26, and tram services to Queen Victoria Market and Spencer Street.

Check the table below to find all locations and exposure windows.

You can find information about Test hours at the site and the nearest location to you on the Department of Health website.

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