THREE Mornington Peninsula businesses have been added to the list of places visited by people confirmed to have COVID-19 while infectious.
Visitors to all three premises who were there at the same time as the COVID positive person have been advised to get tested immediately and then quarantine for 14 days.
The identification of the three sites and listing by the DHHS came as Greater Melbourne was plunged into a seven-day lockdown.
The three businesses listed last week by the Department of Health and Human Services are the Enchanted Adventure Garden, Purves Road, Arthurs Seat; Peninsula Hot Springs (bathhouse reception area), Springs Lane, Fingal; and the Nordie Cafe, Mornington-Flinders Road, Red Hill.
The DHHS says the infectious case was at the Nordie Cafe from just after 9am to 9.34am on Saturday 22 May.
Peninsula Hot Springs was visited on Friday 21 May from 3pm-3.45pm and the Enchanted Adventure Garden from 11.25am to 3pm on the same day.
The cafe was first listed as a site where visitors have a higher risk of being exposed to COVID-19 on 26 May, followed by the hot springs on 29 May and the adventure garden on 30 May.
The sites remain on the DHHS list for 14 days from the most recent exposure.
There are nearly 300 exposure sites on the DHHS list at: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites