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COVID-19 Update: Australian Capital Territory

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Australian Capital TerritoryThe ACT has recorded 16 new locally acquired cases, three of which are under investigation. Three cases were in the community while infections.Those aged 16 to 29 can now register for booking of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine through My Digital Health Record website.Find here the list of exposure sites and check your eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination.

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