Australian Paramedics Association call preparedness into question

Andrew Chounding
Updated December 22 2021 - 5:56pm, first published 3:30pm
EMERGENCY: APAT Spokesperson Chris Kastelan said he did not have confidence in Ambulance Tasmania. Paul Scambler. The Examiner.
EMERGENCY: APAT Spokesperson Chris Kastelan said he did not have confidence in Ambulance Tasmania. Paul Scambler. The Examiner.

Ambulance Tasmania's COVID preparedness has been called into question as COVID-19 continues to enter the community.

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Andrew Chounding

Andrew Chounding

Journalist & Health Reporter, The Examiner

An experienced multi-platform journalist focusing on the issues that impact health in Tasmania. With a background in social research and public policy, health reporting for Andrew is about ensuring the best health outcomes for the Northern Tasmanian community. Contact Andrew at: andrew.chounding@examiner.com.au or 0437 358 262

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