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COVID-19 Update: Australian Capital Territory

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Australian Capital TerritoryThe ACT has recorded 12 new locally acquired cases, with at least eight in the community while infections. From Friday 3 September, Transport Canberra will be providing free transport on bus and light rail for anyone travelling to any ACT Government COVID-19 vaccination clinic.Click here to book your vaccination appointment.

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