Public exposure sites in Victoria
These premises have had confirmed cases visit during their infectious period. 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.
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 are identified during contact tracing. Contact tracing occurs after someone tests positive for COVID-19.
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).
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.
Risk locations will remain on the list for 14 days from the most recent exposure.
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Reviewed 07 June 2021