More exposure sites have been identified in regional Victoria as COVID-19 continues its spread into all parts of the state.
Shops, restaurants, public transport and an antique market have been listed in Warrnambool, on the state’s south-west coast.
More venues are listed in Camperdown, about 70 kilometres east of Warrnambool, dating back to as early as September 18.
The Kelly Reynolds Hair studio is a tier 1 site from 2:00pm to 5:30pm on September 21.
The region went from no exposure sites to more than 30 overnight.
New venues have also been listed Shepparton, in the state’s north, as well as a motel in Wodonga, on the New South Wales border.
In Melbourne, the 123KIDS Early Learning Centre in Hampton Park is a tier 1 site on September 22 and 23.
The SUPA IGA and Madina Halal Meats stores in Brunswick have also been listed.
Anyone who has visited a tier 1 site during the listed exposure period must get tested and isolate for 14 days.
You can find information on testing site hours and your nearest site on the Department of Health website.