Victoria Covid-19 hotspots and exposure sites: list of Melbourne and Vic coronavirus case locations
Here are the current coronavirus hotspots and Covid-19 exposure sites in Victoria and Melbourne, and what to do if you’ve visited them
Last modified on Fri 14 May 2021 03.59 BSTAuthorities have released a list of public exposure sites in Melbourne andvisited by a confirmed case of Covid-19.List of public exposure sites in VictoriaMore detailed information is available at theDepartment of Health and Human Services website
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