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Australia New COVID-19 exposure sites after truckie visit

08:41  17 october  2021
08:41  17 october  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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South Australian health authorities have identified new COVID-19 exposure sites linked to a truck driver who entered the state while infectious with the virus.

The driver entered South Australia from Victoria on Wednesday October 13.

He has since returned to Victoria.

SA Health has now listed three tier 2 exposure locations, two in Bordertown and one in Waikerie.

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The venues of concern include Border Checkpoint, Bordertown, OTR Bordertown, Bordertown and United Petrol Station, Waikerie, all on Wednesday 13 October.

Anyone who has visited the locations at the listed dates and times must immediately quarantine for 14 days and get a COVID-19 test.

See below for full exposure site details:

Bordertown – Border Checkpoint Wednesday 13 October – 6.30am to 11.00am

Bordertown – OTR Bordertown, 2 Dukes Highway Wednesday 13 October – 10.45am to 11.20am

Waikerie – United Petrol Station, 12905 Sturt Highway Wednesday 13 October – 6.30pm to 7.30pm

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