The virus venues are in Cragieburn, Taylors Lakes, Hillside, North Melbourne, Burnside, Reservoir, Thornbury, Thomastown, Docklands, and Taylors Hill. There is one Tier 1 exposure site, which means anyone who has visited at the listed time must immediately isolate, get a Covid-19 test, and quarantine for 14 days from the date of exposure. The Tier 1 venue is Summer Hill Shopping Village – Summerhill Medical Centre in Reservoir on June 5 between 8.45am and 10.30am. There were also 18 Tier 2 exposure sites added late on Friday, including two Coles Express locations.Anyone who visited the following sites should urgently get a test and isolate until they receive a negative result.CRAIGIEBURN: Okami restaurant on May 23 between 5pm and 7pm TAYLORS LAKES: Coles Express at 410 Melton Highway on June 1 between 5.30am and 5.45am HILLSIDE: Reform Health Osteopath on May 24 between 10am and 10.40am NORTH MELBOURNE: The Leveson Restaurant and Bar on May 22 between 6pm and 9pm HILLSIDE: The Sugar Gum Hotel on May 21 between 7pm and 9.30pm BURNSIDE: Angry Beans Cafe at Burnside Hub Shopping Centre on May 21 between 9.40am and 9.45am BURNSIDE: Thio Eyecare Shop at Burnside Hub Shopping Centre on May 21 between 9.40am and 10.15am BURNSIDE: Chemist Warehouse at Burnside Hub Shopping Centre on May 21 between 9.30am and 9.40amTHORNBURY: Souvlaki GR on June 7 between 8.14pm and 8.54pm HILLSIDE: Reform Health Osteopath on May 26 between 2.55pm and 3.40pmTHOMASTOWN: Rexel Electrical Supplies on May 19 between 6.30am and 4pm THOMASTOWN: Rexel Electrical Supplies on May 20 between 6.30am and 4pm THOMASTOWN: Rexel Electrical Supplies on May 21 between 6.30am and 4pm DOCKLANDS: Potto restaurant on May 18 between 11.30am and 12pm TAYLORS HILL: United Chemists on May 27 between 3pm and 3.30pm TAYLORS HILL: Taylors Hill Medical Clinic on May 25 between 10am and 11am TAYLORS HILL: Taylors Hill Medical Clinic on May 27 between 11.45am and 12.45pm TAYLORS HILL: Coles Express at 127 Gourlay Road on May 31 between 4.30pm and 5pmThere are 130 exposure sites across the state, with Victorians urged to regularly check the Department of Health website to check if there are any that they have visited. Victoria enjoyed its second day out of strict lockdown on Saturday, but there are still many restrictions in place in the state as authorities work to suppress the latest outbreak. Residents in metropolitan Melbourne must not have visitors to their homes.They cannot travel more than 25km from their homes except for work, care, study or to travel to their nearest vaccination centre.Face masks are mandatory indoors and outdoors.Social gatherings are permitted outdoors with up to 10 people, and restaurants, bars, shops and beauty services are open with density limits in place.
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