Victoria Covid hotspots: list of Melbourne and regional Vic coronavirus case locations

Guardian staffTue, 16 February 2021, 3:46 am

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

This comes after a hotel quarantine at one of the hotels used to isolate international tennis players and officials in Melbourne for the Australia Open tested positive to the virus.

List of public exposure sites in Victoria

If you have visited any of the locations listed below during the date and time indicated you must get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days from the exposure.


If you were on the following public transport routes you must get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days from the exposure.

  • Broadmeadows, Craigieburn Line train, Broadmeadows Station to Glenroy Station, Tuesday 9 February, 1.25pm to 1.59pm
  • Glenroy, 513 bus route, Glenroy Railway Station towards Eltham, Tuesday 9 February, 1.35pm to 2.17pm
  • Melbourne Airport, 901 bus route, Melbourne Airport to Broadmeadows Railway Station, Tuesday 9 February, 1:02pm to 1:49pm
  • Melbourne, Yarra Trams no 58 from Bourke St/William St #5 to Queen Victoria Market/Peel St #9, Thursday 11 February, 8:10am to 8:25am
  • Melbourne, Yarra Trams no 58 from Queen Victoria Market/Peel St #9 to Bourke St/William St #5, Thursday 11 February, 9:40am to 9:55am
  • Melbourne, Yarra Trams no 11 from D16 – Harbour Esplanade/ Collins Street to William Street/ Collins Street #3, Thursday 11 February, 7:55am to 8:10am

More detailed information is available at the Department of Health and Human Services website.

Anyone who has visited the below Tier 2 exposure site during these times is strongly encouraged to urgently get a test and isolate until they receive a negative result.


Anyone who has visited a Tier 3 exposure site during these times should monitor for symptoms – If symptoms develop, immediately get tested and isolate until you receive a negative result.


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