Anyone in the ACT who is a close contact associated with the Melbourne Airport Holiday Inn must immediately self-isolate for 14 days and get a test for COVID-19, ACT Health said today
Travel restrictions in place in the ACT for people coming from Western Australia will be lifted from 6pm today.
People entering the ACT from a COVID-19 affected area in Melbourne must quarantine for 14 days, under a new ACT Public Health Direction that came into effect from 2pm today, Thursday 4...
ACT chief health officer Dr Kerryn Coleman is confident ACT's COVID-19 hotel quarantine system is safe, and says it differs from the system in WA.
Another round of self-quarantine rolls on today, with anyone in the ACT who visited the Perth metropolitan area, or the Peel and South West regions of WA since 25 January asked to stay home and get tested for COVID-19.
Seventy-five people will leave quarantine in the ACT today, as restrictions end this afternoon for Sydney's Northern Beaches.
One year into the pandemic mandatory quarantine remains a common occurrence in the ACT, and a new RMIT University study reveals keeping busy may not be the best way to cope with...
Hundreds of people who were in quarantine in the ACT after visiting COVID-19 affected areas of NSW resumed their normal lives this afternoon.
ACTSES and RFS volunteers have been seconded to the police this week to help manage the thousands of Canberrans in quarantine.
ACT Policing Detective Superintendent Matthew Heather said police were pulling over about 300 cars an hour at the border checkpoint and had already identified people who must go into quarantine.
ACT Health has strengthened its travel advice to Canberrans given a significant increase in the NSW Northern Beaches COVID-19 outbreak.