COVID-19 latest: Queen Victoria Market and tram routes listed as exposure sites
Victoria has recorded two new community cases of COVID-19.
It comes as seven more high risk exposure sites were listed by the health department.
- PASCOE VALE: Elite Swimming on Monday, February 8, between 5pm and 6pm.
- BROADMEADOWS: Woolworths Broadmeadows Central on Tuesday, February 9, between 12:15pm – 12:30pm.
- BROADMEADOWS: Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses on Tuesday, February 9, between 12:30pm – 12:45pm.
- PASCOE VALE: Oak Park Sports and Aquatic Centre on Wednesday, February 10, between 4pm and 7:30pm.
- MELBOURNE: Queen Victoria Market Section 2 (fruit and vegetables) and Section 2 female toilets on Thursday, February 11, between 8.25am and 10.10am.
- TRAM: Route 11 on Thursday, February 11, between 7.55am and 8.10am.
- TRAM: Route 58 on Thursday, February 11, between 8.10am and 8.25am + 9.40am and 9.55am.
Anybody who was at those locations at those times must get tested immediately and isolate for 14 days, regardless of their test result.
Another person in hotel quarantine has also tested positive for the coronavirus.
The two new community cases are both linked to the Holiday Inn cluster, bringing the total number of cases linked to that outbreak to 16.
A woman and child, from separate households, have returned positive tests after they attended a private dining function on Sydney Road, Coburg, on February 6.
They’ve been in isolation since February 12.
21,475 tests were received in the past 24 hours.