A golf club, cinema and a yacht club have all been put on alert in Victoria after being exposed to coronavirus – with guests forced to isolate for two weeks.
Victorians have been urged to get tested immediately and isolate if they visited the Royal Brighton Yacht Club on December 29 between 12.00pm-2:00pm.
The same instructions have been given to those who visited the bar at the Woodlands Golf Club in Mordialloc on December 23 and 28.
It comes as authorities race to contain a recent outbreak of infections in the state with ten new cases recorded on Saturday.
The Smile Buffalo Thai restaurant which has been linked to the recent cluster has also had another date of exposure added to the public health alert list.
More to come.
VICTORIAN VENUES EXPOSED TO CORONAVIRUS
Victorians have been urged to get tested and isolate for two weeks if they visited the following venues:
Royal Brighton Yacht Club (outdoor dining) from 12pm to 2pm on December 29
Holy Family Parish Doveton Catholic from 4pm to 6pm on December 26
Village Century City (Wonder Woman 1984 Gold Class) in Glen Waverley from 2.45pm to 5.30pm on December 28
Woodlands Golf Club, Mordialloc, (the clubhouse bar) from 12.30pm to 1.30pm on December 23 and from 4.40pm to 5.15pm on December 28
Smile Buffalo Thai restaurant, Black Rock, on December 21 from 6:30pm-9:40pm
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