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Violence prevention program sees surge in referrals

An “unprecedented demand” for violence prevention programs during COVID-19 has seen waitlists for the services of ACT men’s referral service partner, EveryMan,...

Raiders tickets paused after ACT confirms 3 COVID-19 cases

Canberra Raiders have paused ticket sales to their weekend clash against the Melbourne Storm, after three COVID-19 cases were recorded in Canberra for the first time since 7 June.

Three new COVID-19 cases in ACT; links to Melbourne hotspot

ACT Health has confirmed three new cases of COVID-19 in the ACT overnight (7-8 July), all from the same household and linked to the outbreaks in Victoria.

ACT COVID-19 restrictions to ease from midday Friday

The ACT Government has announced the Territory will move to Stage 3 of the COVID-19 Easing of Restrictions Roadmap at midday Friday 10 July.

ACT to enact Victoria travel ban from 8 July

Victorians planning on travelling to the ACT will have to get in before 11.59pm Tuesday 7 July, as a strict travel ban is introduced.

Travellers from Melbourne’s hotspots required to quarantine

Travellers coming into the ACT from Melbourne’s COVID-19 hotspots will be required to quarantine for 14 days, under a new Health Direction announced today.

Test finds no trace of coronavirus in ACT sewage

No traces of SARS-CoV-2 were found in Canberra’s sewage system throughout May, a comprehensive testing program carried out by experts from The Australian National University has found.

Map shines light on pandemic in the Pacific

A collaboration between the Australian National University and its Australian Pacific Security College (APSC) has developed an interactive map tracking COVID-19 responses and statistics through the Pacific.

Calls to reduce onshore detention numbers during pandemic

The Commonwealth Ombudsman has called on the Department of Home Affairs to reduce the number of people in Australian onshore detention centres...

Melbourne COVID-19 hotspots prompt ACT Health warning

ACT Health is advising anyone who works in high-risk settings and has travelled to a COVID-19 hotspot in Melbourne to not attend work for a period of 14 days after leaving the hotspot.

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