Ballan businesses have been added to the list of new COVID-19 exposure sites overnight.
A positive case visited the Mobil located on the Western Freeway at Ballan between 5 and 7pm last Thursday (July 8).
They attended the shop as well as the bathroom facilities.
They also visited the adjacent McDonalds, also located on the westbound side of the freeway.
The Victorian Government listed both locations as Tier One sites at 10.30pm last night.
This means anyone who visited the businesses at the same time must get tested immediately and quarantine for 14 days from the day of exposure.
The exposure sites have added to a growing list of exposure sites in Victoria after a group of three removalists travelled from Sydney to Melbourne while infectious.
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Contact tracers are working to establish the removalists' movements, though it is understood a confirmed case was infectious in Victoria on July 8 and July 9.
The removalists entered Victoria on July 8, worked at various homes in Melbourne, before entering South Australia on July 9.
Removalists are permitted under the border permit system.
Victorian authorities have listed 10 exposure sites so far and are on high alert for cases.
For the full list of exposure sites, visit: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites
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