A number of locations across Perth have been deemed higher risk for COVID-19 after WA recorded another case of community transmission.
Three eateries in Northbridge, one in Kardinya and another in East Victoria Park have been listed as a higher risk.
“COVID-19 transmission within a restaurant setting has now been recorded,” the Department of Health said.
“As a result, all restaurants where cases have dined-in are of higher risk.”
The government also expanded its list of exposed locations as they continue to contact trace the new COVID positive case.
The list now includes a bakery in Willeton and a BP in Kardinya.
The news comes as the Perth and Peel regions spend their first day in lockdown.
WA Premier Mark McGowan announced a snap three-day lockdown after two initial cases of COVID-19 were recorded.
A sign stating Park Open for Exercise is seen on Fraser Avenue, Kings Park, Perth, Saturday, April 24, 2021. Credit: RICHARD WAINWRIGHT/AAPIMAGE
This included a man who had flown in from Shanghai and unknowingly caught the virus in hotel quarantine.
He spent five days in Perth before travelling to Melbourne and testing positive on Friday morning.
A Kardinya mother of two he stayed with for one night has also returned a positive test.
The pair had both visited a number of locations across Perth in the last few days, prompting McGowan to introduce the snap lockdown.
The new case came forward for testing after visiting a location both the Perth woman and Victorian man had also been at.
All restaurants where the cases have dined-in are now deemed “higher risk” because of the community spread.
“If you were at one of the following restaurant locations below, during the specified times, you must get tested and complete the full 14 days of self-quarantine regardless of your test result,” the health department said.
High risk Locations
Northbridge: City China Garden, 20 April, 5pm– 8pm
Northbridge: Good Fortune Roast Duck House, 19 April, 5pm – 8pm
Northbridge: Fortune Five Chinese Restaurant, 18 April, 5.30pm – 7pm
Kardinya: Kitchen Inn, 19/17-23 South Street, 18 April, 12pm – 2pm
East Victoria Park: Anything La Corner, U5-6/910 Albany Highway, April 17, 5:30pm – 8pm
The Department of Health is also urging anyone who visited the other exposure sites to now get tested - even if they are asymptomatic.
“If you have attended a site listed as requiring 14-days quarantine, you must get tested and complete the full 14-days self-quarantine – regardless of your result,” they said.
“If you have attended one of the other listed locations, get tested and remain at home until you receive a negative result.
WA Premier Mark McGowan says he's nearing the end of his tether. Credit: AAP
“Even if you have not visited one of the locations, if you have symptoms, get tested and self-isolate until you get your result.
“Do not be complacent. It is imperative you always follow the public health instructions.”
Other exposure sites
St Catherine’s on Park (Heim building), UWA, April 18 - 21
St Catherine’s on Park(Heim building - dining hall), April 21, 7am-9am and April 19, 7am-9am
QANTAS domestic terminal T3/T4, April 21, 11am-1pm
Fortune Acupuncture Chinese Medical Clinic, Subiaco, April 19, 1.30pm - 3pm
Brentwood Deli, Mount Pleasant, April 18, 8.30am - 9.30am
Star Family Medicine Practice, Canning Vale, April 23, 9am - 11am
Terry White Chemmart, Kardinya, April 22, 7.10pm - 8.30pm
DB Dental, Applecross, April 22, 8am - 6pm
Leisurefit Aquatic Centre, Booragoon, April 17, 3.30pm - 6pm, April 21, 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Southlands Shopping Centre (specifically: Gilbert’s Fresh Markets, Coles, BankWest), Willeton, April 21, 3 - 3.30pm
TS Bakery, Willeton, April 21, 3.03pm - 3.06pm
BP Service Station, Kardinya, April 19, 11am - 12pm