April 05 2022
The Primary Health Network is seeking your input on the health of primary care across our region during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Posted September 07, 2022
From 9 September 2022, isolation periods for COVID-19 positive cases will reduce from seven to five days following a positive test ONLY IF you have no symptoms on Day 5.
Seven days isolation remains for workers in high-risk settings including health care, aged care, disability care, correctional facilities, and those providing care in the home. If you work in one of these settings speak to your employer before returning.
After leaving isolation, wear a mask when near or talking to other people and avoid visiting high risk settings (health care, aged care, disability care or correctional facilities) until after day 10.
If you have a severely weakened immune system (such as you are a transplant recipient or are receiving chemotherapy) you should take these additional precautions for a further four days (a total of seven days following release from isolation i.e. until after day 14)
Isolation means you:
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