Urgent alert for a busy Bunnings, popular cafes and a takeaway as exposure sites pop up across Melbourne
A busy Bunnings, a takeaway and a suite of popular cafes have been declared Covid exposure sites, as Melbourne’s long list of high risk sites continues to spiral.
Anyone who visited Bunnings in Dandenong South on July 13 from 7:45am to 8:15am has been asked to get tested urgently and isolate until a negative result is received.
The same advice applies for those that visited the Swift Takeaway store in the same suburb on July 12, July 13 or July 15 from 6:40am to 7:15am.
Anyone who dined at Solunar in the regional suburb of Mildura on July 12 from 11:30am to 4:00pm has also been asked to get tested and isolate until a negative result is received.
Two popular cafes in Fitzroy have been attended by a positive case of Covid-19 on July 16, Co Ba Cafe and Courtyard Cafe 55.
Four apartment blocks have also been added to the ever expanding list of high risk sites in the inner-city suburbs of Richmond and Fitzroy.
The suite of new exposure sites comes as Victoria’s five-day snap lockdown was extended as the state recorded 16 new Covid-19 cases.
More to follow.