As the number of people with COVID-19 increases, ACT Health is focusing on contacting people at the highest risk of getting COVID-19.
People who have tested positive to COVID-19 should tell the people they live with that they have tested positive for COVID-19.
See more on information for people exposed to COVID-19.
Page last updated: 14 Jan 2022 3:07pm
ACT exposure locations – business
For all information relating to COVID-19 and business in the ACT visit ACT COVID-19 Business Support Hub.
In line with our pathway forward and recent changes to our processes and reporting, we will no longer be listing exposure locations on the interactive map.
Exposure locations are not being reported at this time
- Choose at least one option from exposure location status and exposure location type; then
- Enter a keyword such as the name of a suburb to only see exposure locations within that suburb; or
- Click the name of a column to show data in ascending order based on the column's contents. Click the name of the column again to show data in descending order.
Exposure Location Status
Exposure Location Type
|Event ID||Status||Exposure Location||Street||Suburb||State||Date||Arrival Time||Departure Time||Contact|
Expired exposure locations
- Exposure locations are labelled archived once 14 days has elapsed since the last date of exposure, with a couple of exceptions.
- Exposure locations will be archived and no longer listed on the website once 30 days has elapsed since the last date of exposure.
- Occasionally we will be notified of a new location from more than 14 days ago. This usually happens when we have a case who recalls new details from their movements in follow up interviews that they did not remember when ACT Health first spoke to them.
- If you identify you have been to an exposure location where the date was more than 14 days ago, we ask that you get tested, quarantine until you receive a negative result, and fill out the contact declaration form.
- Additionally, from time to time we will also list investigation locations, which may be from more than 14 days ago. These are public locations where we believe several confirmed cases of COVID-19 may have acquired their infection. Investigation locations are used to help identify as many links as possible, as well as identify anyone else who may have unknowingly been exposed to COVID-19 at these locations.
- If you have been to an investigation location at the dates and times specified, please get tested for COVID-19 and quarantine until receiving a negative result. You do not need to have symptoms and do not need to complete a declaration form. Your close contacts do not need to quarantine.
Locations outside the ACT
Please see a list of exposure locations outside the ACT and actions you are required to take on the Entering the ACT page.