Monday, June 24, 2024

Infected Sydney man visited Canberra

Two potential COVID-19 exposure sites have been named in the ACT.

ACT Health has been notified of a “low level” positive case of the virus from NSW who visited Canberra on Monday, June 14.

The man in his 40s is from Sydney’s north-western suburbs. His recent COVID-19 test showed low virus levels, which means NSW Health has not been able to rule him out as a possible positive case of coronavirus.

He visited the ACT on June 14, attending the National Gallery of Australia (Botticelli to Van Gogh exhibition and gift shop) from noon to 1.45pm. He later travelled to Via Dolce Pasticceria at 106 Bunda St in the CBD, where he visited between 2.45pm – 3.15pm.

If you have been to one of the exposure locations at these dates and times, you must:

In addition, if you were at the National Gallery of Australia, including the main gift shop, from 12-2pm on Monday 14 June, you must be vigilant for even the mildest of COVID-19 symptoms, immediately get tested and isolate until a negative test is received.

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