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The National Cabinet announced yesterday that it had expanded the coronavirus testing criteria to anyone who has a fever or acute respiratory infection and also meets one of a number of criteria – including all aged/re...
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More coronavirus outbreaks in Australian aged care homes – but aged care residents and staff now included under expand

More coronavirus outbreaks in Australian aged care homes – but aged care residents and staff now included under expanded testing  ​ - The Donaldson Sisters

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Catholic Healthcare, Hall and Prior and St Basil's have banned visitors and are instead facilitating video calls....
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Aged-care facilities ban visitors because of coronavirus pandemic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Aged-care facilities ban visitors because of coronavirus pandemic - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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As part of broader social distancing rules announced by the prime minister, Scott Morrison, visits to aged care homes have been limited to one per day with a maximum of two people and those who have been overseas or in contact with a confir...
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Some Australian aged care homes go beyond official coronavirus advice with lockdowns | World news | The Guardian

Some Australian aged care homes go beyond official coronavirus advice with lockdowns | World news | The Guardian

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The Communicable Diseases Network of Australia released a national guideline regarding handling coronavirus in aged care.The said initiative is a collaboration between the Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council and National Health and Medica...
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Guidelines on Handling Aged Care Residents During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Guidelines on Handling Aged Care Residents During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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