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COVID-19 Update: Australian Capital Territory

Source: ALC-Resource

Australian Capital Territory The ACT has recorded 23 new locally acquired cases, with at least 12 in the community while infectious. Canberrans between the ages of 16 and 29 can now book the Pfizer vaccine at an ACT Government mass vaccination clinic or at a participating GP. The next booking at ACT Government clinics is currently not available until late October. Find here how to book your vaccination appointment.

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