The Victorian government's COVID exposure sites website has been updated with venues. Click here to see the details of the sites and the exposure times.
All sites are tier-two. Anyone who has visited the locations during these times should urgently get tested, then isolate until confirmation of a negative result.
The number of exposure sites linked with the Wangaratta COVID case remains unclear.
The Victorian government's COVID exposure website has not been updated to reflect any Wangaratta sites, though a number of businesses closed early on Tuesday.
An Officeworks spokesman said the Wangaratta store was closed after being visited by a person with COVID-19 and protocols were being followed.
Target Australia confirmed the Wangaratta store was an exposure site and had been closed for deep cleaning.
The Department of Health has not responded to requests by The Border Mail for COVID exposure sites in Wangaratta.
Wangaratta mayor Dean Rees has confirmed the COVID positive case who presented to hospital overnight was a Wangaratta resident.
He said investigations into the case were ongoing, but the person had been infectious while in the community.
Cr Rees said no exposure sites have been revealed yet.
Cr Rees implored the community to get tested if they have any symptoms.
"Be safe, if you feel at all sick make sure you get tested," he said.
"Please continue to get vaccinated and if you feel sick stay away from people.
"Let's fight together to get rid of this from our community."
A COVID-positive patient attended Wangaratta Hospital's emergency department overnight.
The patient has since been transferred to to Melbourne.
Northeast Health Wangaratta told residents the emergency department was safe to attend.
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"A COVID-19 positive patient attended the emergency department overnight and has been transferred to a Melbourne hospital," the health service said.
"All staff and patients who were in the ED at the time have been identified as either primary or secondary contacts and are in communication with the Local Public Health Unit about the steps they need to take.
"Contact tracing is underway by the Local Public Health Unit."
The COVID case was not spoken about in the government's morning briefing.
"In response to the presentation at our ED, and with expected strong demand for COVID-19 testing, we have increased the hours of operation at our Covid-19 Screening Clinic to 9am - 7pm today," the service said.
No appointment is needed. Expect delays.
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