Some of Canberra’s frontline services have banded together to remind local residents of their obligations in the fight against COVID-19 this summer.
GIO Stadium will be able to proceed with a crowd of about 9,600 for the NRL finals match to be played at the venue this Saturday, after ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman gave the green light for a crowd increase yesterday.
GIO Stadium is getting ready to welcome its largest crowd back into the venue this weekend since the beginning of COVID restrictions, and there’s a team of people making it all possible.
New research from Australian Red Cross has revealed 82% of Australians are worried they could catch COVID-19 from a first aid emergency that involves performing CPR.
ACT Policing have conducted 777 compliance checks in the past seven days and are reminding residents to remain vigilant over the upcoming Father’s Day weekend.
Guests at last night’s Canberra Business Chamber networking event at Canberra Southern Cross Club Woden mingled at a safe 1.5 metre distance by using “discussion pods” and rotating “speed dating style” regularly throughout the evening.