MLHD urges residents to stay home if unwell, continue to report positive tests as COVID-19 isolation mandate ends

Georgia Rossiter
Updated October 16 2022 - 5:56pm, first published 9:00am
Acting director of Public Health Alison Nikitas says it is important everyone still takes measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Picture by Les Smith
Acting director of Public Health Alison Nikitas says it is important everyone still takes measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Picture by Les Smith

Riverina residents are being urged to continue reporting positive rapid antigen test results as health authorities prepare for the end of mandatory isolation on Friday, October 14.

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Georgia Rossiter

Georgia comes to the Daily Advertiser from the Snowy Mountains via Shepparton, Victoria. You can reach her at georgia.rossiter@austcommunitymedia.com.au or 0439 364 702

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