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Tag: act health

Canberra marks 100 days free of COVID-19

Canberrans should give themselves a pat on the back today, as the ACT records 100 days without a confirmed COVID-19 case.

Queanbeyan gyms want to play by ACT rules

Queanbeyan small business owner Pip De Vries said the arbitrary difference in health restrictions between Canberra and Queanbeyan has cost her F45 gym some loyal clients and has restricted her...

‘Human error’ leads to Melbourne chef’s ‘scarily lax’ ACT hotel quarantine

Formerly Melbourne-based chef Mark Glenn has detailed his “scarily lax” Canberra hotel quarantine experience while moving from Melbourne.

Small venues handed lifeline as patron limit increases

Small venues in the ACT will be able to have 25 people in their venue from this Friday 18 September, the ACT Government announced today, Monday 14 September.

Asthma, hay fever symptoms can be similar to COVID

Canberrans who suffer from hay fever and asthma are urged to be alert this spring as many symptoms can be similar to those of COVID-19.

Temporary ICU beds to boost hospital capacity

Canberra Hospital will open eight new temporary beds in its Intensive Care Unit (ICU) next year, after ACT and Federal Government negotiations brought forward funding from the 2024 budget.

Restrictions unchanged following COVID checkpoint

The level of restrictions in the ACT will remain at Step 3.1 for at least the next two weeks, following the ACT Government’s COVID Safe Checkpoint assessment undertaken yesterday as part of Canberra’s Recovery Plan.

Canberra footy crowds increase to 3000 this weekend

Canberrans are reminded to remember their responsibilities in the fight against COVID-19, as the ACT ticks over nearly seven weeks without an active case and some restrictions ease.

Clare Holland House to undergo $6 million expansion

Canberrans are invited to take part in the $6 million expansion of Clare Holland House by contributing to a community appeal launched today by Cavalry Health Care and the Snow Foundation.

Dickson’s Inner-North Walk-in Centre opens this week

The new Dickson-based Inner North Walk-in Centre opens 26 August, providing free treatment for minor injuries and illness 365 days a year.

Canberra has highest rate of gestational diabetes

Women in the ACT have the highest rates of gestational diabetes nationally, with one in every seven pregnancies testing positive.

ACT Public Health Emergency extended 90 days

The ACT Public Health Emergency has been extended for a further 90 days, effective until 19 November.