Student who attended Saturday the 13ths class has tested positive to COVID Below is the Victorian Governments checklist for close contacts
Checklist for social and workplace contact
Step 1: Get tested if you have symptoms
Someone who has COVID-19 has informed you that you are a social or workplace contact.
This means you spent time with a confirmed case (such as at work or while socialising indoors) while they were infectious with COVID-19 and you may now have the virus.
If you have symptoms, you must use a rapid antigen test, or get a PCR test if you can’t access a rapid antigen test.
If you don't have symptoms, you are strongly recommended to use a rapid antigen test daily for 5 days.
If you test negative on the PCR or the rapid antigen tests:
Resume your normal activities.
Keep monitoring for symptoms and get tested again if any develop.
If you test positive:
You are a case and you need to follow the checklist for cases. Visit Checklist for COVID cases page for information.
You must report your result if you tested positive on a rapid antigen test. Visit Reporting your result page for more information.
If you have had COVID-19 already in the last 4 weeks:
Anyone who has recovered from COVID-19 is exempt from testing and quarantine requirements if they are re-exposed to a case within 4 weeks of testing positive.