Virus crisis / Woman in her 70s makes three in the ACT

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 A WOMAN in her 70s is the latest confirmed case of COVID-19 in the ACT. She has been admitted to Canberra Hospital.

ACT Chief Health Officer Dr Kerryn Coleman says a positive test result was confirmed last night (March 17).

She says ACT Health is undertaking action to understand further details of the woman’s possible source of exposure and to follow up with close contacts as a priority.

Anyone concerned and wants further information on the virus, can call the Australian government’s Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020080. The line operates 24/7.

 

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