A building at Melbourne’s La Trobe University library is among the latest venues to be added to the list of potential COVID-19 exposure sites across Victoria.
The uni’s Borchardt Library in Bundoora is listed as an exposure site, meaning that if you were there between 11:45am and 3pm on Tuesday, May 25, you need to get a COVID test now.
Level 1 of the library is considered to be a Tier 1 site, so if you were there at the above time, you should get tested immediately and isolate for 14 days from the time of your visit.
All other levels of the library are collectively listed as a Tier 2 site, which means you should get tested and isolate until the results come back negative.
The Borchardt Library had remained open as a study space since Victoria’s 7-day circuit breaker lockdown began, however face-to-face services were halted. Most classes, meanwhile, have moved to Zoom for the time being.
Other Tier 1 sites added late on Saturday were:
South Yarra: Taco Bell Chapel Street, between 5:30pm and 6:45pm on May 23
Glen Iris: Coles Tooronga Village, Tooronga Road, between 4pm and 4.30pm on Sunday, May 23
Craiageburn: Edu-Kingdom College, between 1:20pm and 5pm on Saturday, May 22
Fingal: Peninsula Hot Springs (reception only), between 3pm and 3:45pm on Friday, May 21
Meanwhile, Tier 2 sites added to the list late on Saturday were:
Glen Iris: Tooronga Village, between 6:10pm and 6:27pm on Sunday, May 23
Braeside: Coles Express, between 8:15am and 9am on Saturday, May 22
Epping: Pacific Epping Plaza: Cotton On, Edge, Valleygirl, Supre and Boost Juice, between 10:05am and 11:45am on Tuesday, May 25
Michleham: Chemist Warehouse Thomastown, between 1:45pm and 2:45pm on Saturday, May 22
Thomastown: Supa IGA Thomastown, between 11:10am and 11:50am on Monday, May 24
St Kilda: Woolworths, between 5pm and 5:30pm on Friday, May 28
You can see the full list of exposure sites here, which contains over 170 venues at the time of writing.