There are currently 354 venues which are listed as exposure sites, with six train services having been added.

The train services, listed as Tier 2 exposure sites, run along the Upfield Line and were added to the list after it was discovered that a confirmed case had travelled on the public transport system from Merlynston Station to Flinders (6.03am-6.34am) on 2, 3 and 4 June, and from Melbourne Central Station to Merlynston from 3.55pm-4.19pm on the same days.

Venues listed as new exposure sites include Alotta Donuts at 2/882 Cooper Street in Somerton, after a confirmed case visited the site on 30 May from 4.10pm-5.20pm.

A worker at Probuild Construction Site at 100 Queen Street, Melbourne CBD, also tested positive to COVID-19 and the site has been flagged as a Tier 1 exposure site. Anyone who visited the site from 7am-4pm from 30 May-3 June and from 7am to 12.30pm on 4 June is urged to get tested.

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Other sites include Chick Chick/Sir Duke at 97-99 Puckle Street at Moonee Ponds after a confirmed case visited from 3.10pm to 3.40pm on 30 May and BP David Jones Food Merrifield at 470 Donnybrook Road, Mickleham, from 5.40pm to 6.10pm on 30 May.