Two new local COVID cases recorded in WA
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Western Australia has recorded two new local cases of COVID-19, with WA Health adding a new exposure site to the growing list.
Both new cases are women who have been linked the prior community infections and are in self-quarantine.
Contact tracers are working to identify potential exposure sites, with Margaret River Chocolate Company in West Swan now listed as one across two separate dates, on January 10 and 13.
Anyone who was there at the listed times should get tested immediately and isolate until receiving a negative result, unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.
Overnight, seven new cases have also been recorded by returning travellers, all in quarantine. Six acquired the virus interstate and one case is related …
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