A popular beach in WA’s south has been listed as a Covid exposure site as the state’s number of positive cases sits at 12.
On Wednesday, WA Health listed Preston Beach as a potential exposure site visited by a positive case over Christmas.
Those who visited Preston Beach and the facilities at 87 Mitchell Road on December 24, 25 and 26 are urged to monitor for symptoms.
WA Health said to get tested and isolate if symptoms develop.
It comes as WA authorities scramble to contain the outbreak sparked by a French backpacker who attended a rave party at Perth Mess Hall while positive.
Authorities are still working to track down all of the attendees.
Other updated exposure sites include the Aviary Perth, Liquorland Beeliar and a number of Bunbury locations, including the B56 Australind Train ride (TransWA).
For more information and a full list of exposure sites click here.