ung women aged 18–24 years have shown to be the most reluctant demographic in Australia to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new study released today by the Australian National University.
ACT cinemas and indoor performance venues will be able to return to 100% capacity from Wednesday 14 April.
Anyone in quarantine in the ACT due to being in Greater Brisbane will receive communications from ACT Health advising them they are able to leave quarantine, subject to them having received a negative COVID-19 test.
ACT residents who have been in Greater Brisbane since 15 March will need to enter quarantine until at least 6pm on 1 April, ACT Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith announced today.
RollerFit ACT is coming to town, with classes commencing 8 April. The fitness class on skates combines skills from a range of disciplines.
Phase 1b will include two million people with health concerns or disabilities, and more details were released this week.
Fragments of COVID-19 detected in a wastewater (sewage) sample collected from the City Central testing location on 9 March are most likely related to known cases of COVID-19 in hotel quarantine, ACT...
Restricted business including cafés and restaurants will be required to use the Check In CBR app to collect patron details.
ACT Health is continuing to investigate how two returned travellers in hotel quarantine in Canberra acquired COVID-19, with authorities believing they contracted the virus in transit from overseas.
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.