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COVID-19 Update: Australian Capital Territory

Source: ALC-Resource

Australian Capital TerritoryThe territory has recorded 9 new locally acquired cases bringing the total number of active cases to 176.Minister for Health Rachel Stephen-Smith says enrolled nurses, student nurses and student midwives will be inducted and trained to give COVID-19 vaccinations ahead of expected increases in vaccine supply.Click here to check your eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccination.

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