Two large shopping centres and a school in Adelaide’s south have been named as exposure sites connected to the latest COVID–19 outbreak in the city, but health authorities say a winery and a Greek restaurant remain the places causing the most concern.

Tea Tree Plaza, Burnside Village and Westminster School have been named as exposure sites with the Greek on Halifax and Tenafeate Creek Wines in Yattalunga being labelled “high risk” locations by health authorities. 

So far, two people contracted coronavirus while at the Adelaide CBD restaurant on Saturday night.

Six people are now included in the outbreak, sprouting from the case of a man in his 80s who tested positive for COVID–19 after being taken to the Modbury Hospital on Sunday night.

Dozens of other exposure sites have also been named, spreading over several areas of Adelaide.

It follows COVID-19 exposure locations being named at Tailem Bend after two COVID-positive removalists from NSW visited the state earlier this month. No positive cases have been linked to that group so far.

Check the table below to find all the sites and exposure windows.

You can find information on testing site hours and the nearest site to you on the SA Health website.

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