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Six train lines on urgent covid alert

But in a promising sign the state is getting on top of the latest outbreak, the number of venues on the list shrunk overnight as some sites were removed after 14 days.The number of venues listed as exposure sites fell from almost 400 on Sunday to 354 on Monday morning.The health department added the new train services on the Upfield line late on Sunday night after a confirmed case travelled on public transport.The services have been listed the services as tier 2 exposure sites, meaning anyone who also travelled on those trains needs to get tested urgently and isolate until they receive a negative result.The services are:Upfield Line – Merlynston Station to Flinders Street Station on June 2 from 6.03am to 6.34am;Upfield Line – Melbourne Central Station to Merlynston Station on June 2 from 3.55pm to 4.19pm;Upfield Line – Merlynston Station to Flinders Street Station on June 3 from 6.03am to 6.34am;Upfield Line – Melbourne Central Station to Merlynston Station on June 3 from 3.55pm to 4.19pm;Upfield Line – Merlynston Station to Flinders Street Station on June 4 from 6.03am to 6.34am;Upfield Line – Melbourne Central Station to Merlynston Station on June 4 from 3.55pm to 4.19pm.That’s Alotta Donuts at 2/882 Cooper St in Somerton was also added as a tier 2 exposure site on Sunday after a confirmed case extended the store on May 30 from 4.10pm and 5.20pm.Probuild Construction Site at 100 Queen St in Melbourne CBD was another site listed after a worker tested positive.Health department officials have listed the site as tier 1 from 7am to 4pm on May 30 and 31, June 1, 2 and 3, and June 4 from 7am to 12.30pm.Anyone who was there at those time needs to get tested immediately and isolate for 14 days.Chick Chick (Fried Chicken)/Sir Duke at 97-99 Puckle St, Moonee Ponds from 3.10pm to 3.40pm on May 30 and BP/David Jones Food Merrifield at 470 Donnybrook Road, Mickleham from 5.40pm to 6.10pm were also added as tier 2 sites on Sunday.Victorians have been urged to check the state government’s website for the full and frequently changing list.Four new locally acquired Covid infections were revealed on Sunday, taking the latest outbreak to a total of 72 active cases.Melbourne has entered the second week of its fourth strict coronavirus lockdown, which is due to end at 11.59pm on [email protected]

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