Canberra Construction Site at 7 London Circuit Added as COVID-19 Exposure Site After Nine Linked Cases | Canberra weather



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A construction site in Canberra’s CBD will be added as a COVID-19 exposure site on Sunday after nine cases have been linked to the location. Health chief Kerryn Coleman has confirmed that the London 7 Circuit construction area will be added to the exhibit list over the weekend. At least six of the cases had physically visited the fifth level of building five at the address, with three more being close contacts of those cases, she said. “We have several site-related cases in today’s figures, so please, if you have visited this construction site at 7 London Circuit, please check the dates and times on the website and follow health advice, ”Ms. Coleman said. “We are working closely with site management to identify any other potential exposure and limit transmission as much as possible. The nine cases are all included in Sunday’s figures. Ms Coleman said the yard would not necessarily be closed because of the cases. “The site can be closed temporarily by the owners of the business to take over contact tracing and that sort of thing,” she said. “But I certainly didn’t order it shut down.” MORE COVID-19 NEWS: ACT has registered 25 new cases since 8 p.m. Saturday, more than half of which are linked to existing cases. More soon. Our coverage of the health and safety aspects of this COVID-19 outbreak in ACT and lockdown is free to everyone. However, we depend on subscription revenues to support our journalism. If you can, subscribe here. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support. You can also subscribe to our newsletters for regular updates. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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