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Case alerts – public exposure sites

Victorian locations where there is a risk you may have been exposed to COVID-19.

What you need to do 

If you have been to any of the locations below during the specified times:

  • Follow the specific advice listed for that exposure site
  • If you have been to a Tier 1 exposure site, also contact the Department of Health at 1300 651 160
  • See where to get tested

Find public exposure sites in Victoria

These premises have either had confirmed cases visit during their infectious period or are sites where a confirmed case may have acquired their infection. This does not mean that there is an ongoing risk associated with the premises. You can safely visit the site in line with current restrictions. Search all Victorian public exposure sites in the map or table below.

Tiers 1, 2, and 3 explained

Find out more about the Victorian Government's tier system and how to stay safe against COVID-19.

  • Anyone who has visited a Tier 1 exposure site during the times listed must immediately isolate, get a COVID-19 test, and quarantine for 14 days from the date of exposure. You should also contact the Department of Health on 1300 651 160.

  • Anyone who has visited a Tier 2 exposure site during times listed should urgently get a COVID-19 test and isolate until they receive a negative result.

    Continue to monitor for symptoms, get tested again if symptoms appear.

  • Anyone who has visited a Tier 3 exposure site during times listed should monitor for symptoms. If symptoms develop, immediately get a COVID-19 test and isolate until you receive a negative result.

    • Locations are identified during contact tracing. Contact tracing occurs after someone tests positive for COVID-19. The locations listed are where there is a higher risk you may have been exposed to COVID-19. It is not a complete list. The information is based on advice provided to the department by people who are confirmed cases.
    • The exposure period reflects the date or time that someone with COVID-19 visited that location. This visit occurred during the time that person was infectious. This includes 48 hours prior to them developing symptoms.
    • Locations stay on the list for 14 days after the last time someone with COVID-19 visited during the period. 14 days is the longest period of time (incubation period) that someone who visited a location and came in to contact with someone who has COVID-19 could have the virus before they show symptoms.
    • The Department also manages a number of exposure sites which it doesn’t publish online, particularly if these sites represent very low risk exposures, or if they have comprehensive record keeping and contact tracing measures in place and are not attended by members of the public. (For example, a school, private social gathering or small office setting).
    • For information on school closures, see the Closures, remote learning and relocations page on the Department of Education and Training website.

Exposure site map

Click a pin to view a pop-up card with the Tier type, location name, address, exposure date and time and case details. You can make the map larger or smaller by scrolling or using the minus or plus button in the bottom left corner. You can move the map around by clicking and dragging.

 

Exposure site table

Use the table below to view all the Victorian public exposure sites by suburb or date.

Are you trying to find out if a case was on a tram, train or bus? Select Public Transport in the Search by suburb menu.

If you are looking up exposure sites on a plane, select Flight.

  • Members of the public at AAMI Park for the Wallabies v France match on Tuesday 13 July must follow this advice:

    Click here for map of AAMI Park.

    Tier 1 exposure site – immediately isolate, get tested and quarantine for 14 days, and contact the Department on 1300 651 160:

    • Anyone seated in Zone 2, Level 1 (entering through Gate 7) in Sections 22, 23 and 24 (Aisles 20-23, Rows A to U, Seats 378-457.) This is represented by the purple sections 22, 23 and 24 in the black box of the map above.
    • Anyone who entered Gate 7 between 7:56pm and 8:13pm. Gate 7 is shown on the map above.

    Tier 2 exposure site – immediately isolate, get tested, and stay isolated until you receive a negative result:

    • All other people who entered Gate 7 on July 13. This advice applies to those seated in Sections 25-42 of Zone 2 and who didn't enter Gate 7 within 7:56pm-8:13pm. See map above.
    • All people seated in Sections 81-91 in Zone 6. This is represented by the red sections in the map.

    Tier 3 exposure site – monitor for symptoms and get tested if any develop:

    • All other people at the game who didn’t enter Gate 6, 7 or 8.

    This advice is current as of 19 July.
     

Interstate exposure sites

  • The ACT government has published a list of exposure sites on the ACT COVID case location website.

    If you are in Victoria and have been to these locations in the specified times, follow the listed advice and contact us at 1300 651 160.

    These locations are updated as new information is received so please check back regularly.

    To find a Victorian testing site, visit Where to get tested.

  • New South Wales Health has published a list of exposure sites on the New South Wales COVID case locations website.

    If you are in Victoria and have been to these locations in the specified times, follow the listed advice and contact us at 1300 651 160.

    These locations are updated as new information is received so please check back regularly.

    To find a Victorian testing site, visit Where to get tested.

  • Northern Territory has published a list of exposure sites on the NT Government COVID-19 website.

    If you are in Victoria and have been to these locations in the specified times, follow the listed advice and contact us at 1300 651 160.

    These locations are updated as new information is received so please check back regularly.

    To find a Victorian testing site, visit Where to get tested

  • QLD Health has published this list of exposure sites online.

    If you are in Victoria and have been to these locations in the specified times, follow the listed advice and contact us at 1300 651 160.

    These locations are updated as new information is received so please check back regularly.

    To find a Victorian testing site, visit Where to get tested.

  • South Australian Health has published this list of exposure sites online.

    If you are in Victoria and have been to these locations in the specified times, follow the listed advice and contact us at 1300 651 160.

    These locations are updated as new information is received so please check back regularly.

    To find a Victorian testing site, visit Where to get tested.

  • Western Australian Department of Health has published this list of exposure sites online.

    If you are in Victoria and have been to these locations in the specified times, follow the listed advice and contact us at 1300 651 160.

    These locations are updated as new information is received so please check back regularly.

    To find a Victorian testing site, visit Where to get tested.

Reviewed 29 July 2021

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