Tag: ACT Health
The ACT has a new positive COVID-19 case: a teenage boy, ACT Health confirmed this afternoon, bringing the number of active cases to five.
Doctors at Canberra Health Services were given the ACT’s first AstraZeneca vaccinations at the Garran Surge Centre this morning.
The rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Canberra is set to begin sooner than expected and will be administered at the same location as the Pfizer jab.
Two returned travellers in hotel quarantine have returned weak positive test results for COVID-19, the ACT Government has announced.
The ACT continues to have zero active Coronavirus cases, as all bar one of 166 returned travellers from the Government-facilitated flight to Canberra on 8 February completed their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine...
Today social media giant Facebook blocked Australian media sites from sharing news stories; however, ACT Health and ACT Government sites have also been blocked from view.
Canberra residents should get tested for COVID-19, ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman recommended today, after viral fragments were found in Belconnen wastewater last week.
ACT Health is urging the community to get tested for COVID-19 if they have even the mildest of symptoms, with fragments of the virus being detected in ACT’s wastewater (sewage) for the first time.
A new Walk-in Centre in Coombs is set to open in less than six months, on 1 July, to serve the growing population of Molonglo Valley.