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More than 500 sites now on Victoria’s list of COVID-19 exposure sites

By on August 17, 2021 0


A crisis center, a women’s boarding house and a dining hall for the homeless have been added to Victoria’s growing list of exhibition sites.

State officials confirmed on Wednesday that a sex worker and homeless people were among the new infections in recent days.

The Sacred Heart Mission Women’s House on Inkerman Street in St Kilda is a Level 2 exhibition site from 9:30 am to 10:30 am on Friday August 13.

The Mission Dining Hall on Gray Street is a Level 2 location from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on August 10 and 16, while the nearby Salvation Army Crisis Center is listed from 10 a.m. to 10 a.m. :30 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. on August 14.

The York Street Kingergarten in Glenroy was listed as a Level 1 site for eight-hour, seven-day shifts starting August 6 – almost two weeks ago.

The Jacana skate park at 61 Johnstone Street, Jacana has been listed as a Level 2 exhibition site, less than two days after skate parks and playgrounds were closed under COVID-19 restrictions.

A second residential tower on Lygon Street in Carlton has been added to the list of exhibition venues, which now has more than 540 venues.

The 510 Lygon Street building is listed as a Level 2 exhibit site from August 14 to 17, although the Department of Health has said some people would be considered Level 1 contacts.

Consult the table below to find all exhibition sites and windows.

You can find information on the hours of the test site and the site closest to you on the Department of Health website.

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