New exposure sites in Casey

Two new Covid exposure sites have been added in Casey. Picture: FUSION MEDICAL ANIMATION ON UNSPLASH

By Danielle Kutchel

A major department store in Narre Warren has been identified as a Covid-19 exposure site.

Best and Less Fountain Gate has been added to the growing list of exposure sites across Melbourne.

The store is an exposure site on both Wednesday 8 September and Thursday 9 September, between 9am and 1.15pm on both days.

The store is also an exposure site on Friday 10 September, between 7am and 4.45pm.

A positive case visited the venue.

Some individuals will be tier 1 contacts required to quarantine for 14 days and the Department of Health will contact them directly with this advice.

Otherwise, the site is now listed as a tier 2 site and anyone who has visited the store during the times listed should urgently get tested, then isolate until confirmation of a negative result.

They should then continue to monitor for symptoms and get tested again if symptoms appear.

Meanwhile, the Bank of Melbourne at Fountain Gate is a tier 1 exposure site.

A positive case visit the bank on Friday 10 September from 8.50am-3pm.

Anyone who has visited this location during these times must get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days from the exposure.

Additionally, Timbertop Reserve Playground on Parkhill Drive in Berwick has been listed as a tier 2 exposure site.

A case visited the playground on Thursday 9 September, between 9.30am-11am.

Anyone at the playground at that time should get tested urgently and isolate until they receive a negative result, then continue checking for symptoms and get tested again if symptoms appear.

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