West Australian authorities have released a list of public exposure sites visited by a confirmed case of Covid-19.

This comes after a man contracted Covid-19 while in hotel quarantine in Perth stayed in the city for five days once he was released before boarding a flight to Melbourne.

Perth and the Peel region will be in lockdown from 12.01am Saturday 24 April until 11.59pm Monday 26 April.

List of public exposure sites in Western Australia

If you have visited any of the below sites at the times specified you must get tested and isolate until you get a negative result. After that you must monitor for any symptoms for 14 days:

  • Crawley: St Catherine’s College, UWA 17/04/2021 – 21/04/2021

  • Qantas domestic terminal (T3 – T4) 21/04/2021 11am – 1pm

  • Crawley: St Catherine’s College, UWA – Dining Hall 21/04/2021 7am – 9am

  • Northbridge: City China Garden 20/04/2021 5pm – 8pm

  • Northbridge: Good Fortune Roast Duck House 19/04/2021 5pm – 8pm

  • Subiaco: Fortune Acupuncture Chinese Medical Clinic 19/04/2021 1.30pm – 3pm

  • Kardinya: Kitchen Inn (takeaway) 19/04/2021 midday – 1.00pm

  • Crawley: St Catherine’s College, UWA – Dining Hall 19/04/2021 7am – 9am

  • Kardinya: Kitchen Inn 18/04/2021 midday – 2pm

  • Mount Pleasant: Brentwood Deli 18/04/2021 8.30am – 9.30am

  • East Victoria Park: Bananabro 17/04/2021 5.30pm – 8pm

All passengers on QF778 from Perth to Melbourne on Wednesday 21 April are being contacted by Victorian health authorities, and will be required to isolate for 14 days.

Anyone who attended Terminal One at Melbourne Airport between 6.30pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday 21 April is required to isolate until they receive a negative result.

Health authorities said contact tracing is underway and more locations may be added. For more information, please visit the WA Department of Health website.

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