Contact tracing mandatory at more venues, COVID-19 testing available on Christmas Day

Ebony Abblitt
Updated December 21 2020 - 2:38pm, first published 2:30pm
Testing rates increase, depth of businesses needing to contact trace widens
Testing rates increase, depth of businesses needing to contact trace widens

As New South Wales' Avalon COVID-19 case cluster continues to grow, Tasmanians have responded by increasing the rate of testing, with the types of businesses required to take details for contact tracing has also been extended.

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Ebony Abblitt

Ebony Abblitt

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Ebony Abblitt is a features writer at the Examiner in Launceston, with an interest in pets, politics and people. | ebony.abblitt@examiner.com.au

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