ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman has announced the Territory is still on track to lift its border with Victoria on Monday 23 November, as the southern state recovers from a second wave of COVID-19.
An ANU survey has found that more than three in five Australians (62.6%) felt anxious or worried about the coronavirus in August, up from 57.3% in May.
Today, 23 ACT residents in 17 vehicles returned home by road from the Victorian border at Wodonga, bringing to 120 the total number of Canberrans returning during the five-day window allowed by the NSW Government.
Yesterday the ACT welcomed home another 22 ACT residents returning from Victoria by car, travelling in 20 vehicles. This follows the first group of 29 people travelling from Wodonga in 17 cars...
ACT Health is continuing to work collaboratively with government and non-government stakeholders in its contingency plan to reduce the risk of a COVID-19 outbreak in the local residential aged care sector.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced further restrictions for Melbourne businesses and estimated another 250,000 Victorians will lose their jobs as the state struggles to reduce community movement and get the virus under control.
A 41-year-old man from Victoria has been arrested and charged for failing to comply with COVID-19 health directions in the ACT.
ACT Health has confirmed three new cases of COVID-19 in the ACT overnight (7-8 July), all from the same household and linked to the outbreaks in Victoria.