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Bunnings, Coles among latest Melbourne exposure sites

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A stack of new COVID-19 exposure sites have emerged across Melbourne, including a Coles supermarket and a Bunnings store in the city’s north.

A stack of new COVID-19 exposure sites have emerged across Melbourne, including a Coles supermarket and a Bunnings store in the city's north.

Nearly 30 new locations were added to the Department of Health's list, a number of those comprising of multiple days and times at aged care home Arcare Maidstone.

Coles Bundoora Square has been marked as a Tier Two site after a person shopped at the supermarket on June 7 between 12pm and 1pm while potentially infectious.

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A case also shopped at Bunnings Thomastown on June 8 between 6pm and 6.30pm. Anyone who visited the Bunnings store must get tested immediately.

While Marco Fine Food & Groceries at Reservoir Central has been listed as a Tier One site, requiring anyone who attended at the time to isolate for 14 days and get tested.

A person also attended the Maribyrnong Aquatic Centre while potentially infectious with coronavirus on May 26 between 6pm and 8.30pm.

The state's exposure sites list has since been reduced to 180 after more than a hundred venues dropped off following their 14-day period.

Here is the Victoria Government's full list of exposure sites

Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/coronavirus-victoria-update-full-list-venues-hotspots-exposure-sites-melbournes-north-covid19-cases/fc76a9b8-be84-445d-b446-510af901fd43

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