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Commuters on train services between Geelong and Southern Cross Station could have been exposed to coronavirus.
A list of public exposure sites across Victoria has been released by the Department of Health and Human Services after six new cases were confirmed yesterday.
27 people have now been infected with the virus.
The list includes a V/Line service on Monday, 2 March which left Geelong Station for Southern Cross station around 5:40pm.
Another service which Southern Cross Station bound for Geelong station on Thursday 5, March is also on the list.
That service also left around 5:40pm.
Passengers on those services are advised to monitor their health and seek medical advice if they become unwell.
This article first appeared on www.bay939.com.au
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