Queensland Health has added more exposure sites to the growing list around the southeast, with another venue of concern popping up on the Gold Coast.
The Ampol Foodary in Southport is now listed as a ‘casual contact’ site, after the contact of an infected person may have visited it.
The business, located at the corner of Smith Street and Kumbari Avenue, will likely have to undergo deep cleaning, as authorities try and trace everyone who was there.
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The exposure time is listed as 9.40 am to 10.00 am on Friday, July 30, last Friday.
Anyone who was there is being urged to get tested and isolate until they return a negative result.
It comes as authorities work through the movements of the 16 new cases diagnosed overnight.
All Queenslanders are being urged to keep a close eye on the list of exposure sites, which is being updated several times a day.
The new casual contact site is in addition to the other location listed in Southport last night.
Kua Thai Isan Traditional Thai Restaurant in Sungold Arcade on Scarborough St has been listed as a close contact site.
Anyone who was at the restaurant on Friday, July 30 between 12.30 pm and 2 pm must get tested, contact Queensland Health and isolate for 14 days.
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For the full list of exposure sites, click here.