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Case alerts – public exposure sites

List of locations where there is a risk you may have been exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Effective from 11:59pm, Sunday 11 April all arrivals into Victoria will enter on a green permit. 

Those entering from any locations in NSW or QLD that are observing orange zone permit conditions up until this time, will need to test and isolate until they receive a negative result as per their current permit conditions.

Check the Victorian Travel Permit System for current travel requirements.

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 coronavirus (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 coronavirus (COVID-19).
  • Locations stay on the list for 14 days after the last time someone with coronavirus (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 coronavirus (COVID-19) could have the virus before they show symptoms.

The locations listed are where there is a higher risk you may have been exposed to coronavirus (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.

For information on school closures, see the Closures, remote learning and relocations page on the Department of Education and Training website.

Public exposure sites in Victoria

Tiers

Tier 1 exposure sites

Anyone who has visited a Tier 1 exposure site during the times listed must immediately isolate, get a coronavirus (COVID-19) test, and quarantine for 14 days from the date of exposure.

Tier 2 exposure sites

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

Tier 3 exposure sites

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

New Zealand

A positive COVID-19 case has been identified in Auckland, New Zealand and a number of exposure sites have been identified by the New Zealand government. Please check the New Zealand exposure sites at COVID-19: Contact tracing locations of interest.

The venues listed by the New Zealand Government under ‘April airport case’ are considered Tier 2 exposure sites. If you visited any of these venues during the relevant times please get tested, isolate until you receive a negative result and contact the Victorian Department of Health on 1300 651 160 and dial 0. These venues are updated as new information is received so please check back regularly.

If you have not attended any of the exposure sites listed but recently travelled from Auckland to Victoria, then please monitor your symptoms, and if you develop symptoms please get tested and isolate until you receive a negative result.

Reviewed 21 April 2021

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