The Mernda train line has been added to the growing list of coronavirus exposure sites.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has advised that a confirmed case caught a Mernda line train from Southern Cross to Victoria Park on December 28 between 2.30-2.45pm.
Anyone who was on the train at the time is being asked to monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. If symptoms develop, you should immediately get tested and isolate until you received a negative result.
There are a number of testing sites across Whittlesea and Hume, including at the Northern Centre for Education and Research at the Northern Hospital, 187 Cooper Street, Epping; Hume City Council carpark, 24 Pearcedale Parade Broadmeadows; Northern Health’s Craigieburn Centre at 274-304 Craigieburn Road, Craigieburn; Roxburgh Park Youth and Recreation Centre at 75 Lakeside Drive, Roxburgh Park; and at 157 Mickleham Road, Tullamarine.
DHHS is still urging anyone who attended the MCG on December 27 and was seated in zone 5 of the Great Southern Stand between 12.30-3.30pm to get tested and isolated until they receive a negative result.
Shoppers who visited Chadstone shopping centre on December 26 between 6am and 1.30pm are also asked to get tested.
A number of stores visited by a confirmed case are listed on the department’s website: www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/case-locations-and-outbreaks
It comes as Victoria recorded no new locally acquired cases and one case in hotel quarantine today.