• Past and present Koori Radio members have called for a complete overhaul of the management of the station. (Facebook: Koori Radio)Source: Facebook: Koori Radio
Koori Radio says it will stay 'live and deadly' while staff self-isolate after a secondee at the Sydney office tested positive for Coronavirus.
Keira Jenkins

13 Mar 2020 - 10:50 AM  UPDATED 13 Mar 2020 - 10:50 AM

Koori Radio has closed its offices in Sydney after a secondee at the station tested positive for COVID-19, or Coronavirus.

Gadigal Information Service, which runs Koori Radio, said all staff who came in contact with the patient have sought medical advice.

Staff are now self-isolating until Monday and the Koori Radio offices will remain closed until then.

But the show will go on, in a social media post Koori Radio said it will still remain 'live and deadly' in the face of COVID-19.


While regular programming will be impacted, there will still be broadcasts available on Koori Radio's frequency - 93.7FM and via livestream.

Normal programming is expected to resume on Monday, March 16. 

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