Tasmania's health authorities are asking anyone who was at the Bridgewater Woolworths, between 3.15pm and 4.30pm on Tuesday, October 12 to immediately isolate themselves at home.
The supermarket, which is located at 28 Green Point Road, Bridgewater, has now been listed as COVID-19 exposure site, after it was visited by a confirmed case who may have been infectious at the time.
With the aid of check-in data and other contact tracing methods, authorities will be reaching out today to those at the store at that time to notify them and provide more information.
Meanwhile, in an effort to up testing, The Department of Health is setting up a new mobile testing clinic at Cris Fitzpatrick Memorial Park on Tottenham Road in Gagebrook.
Bookings are not required to visit the clinic, which will be open between 8.30 am and 3.30pm from Friday.
Authorities are also continuing to ask anyone with COVID-19 symptoms - fever, runny nose, cough, sore or itchy throat and shortness of breath or loss of taste or smell - to get tested.
The news follows 31-year-old man - who arrived into Hobart from Melbourne on Monday without a valid boarder pass - testing positive for the virus after breaching quarantine.
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