Far South Coast disability workers say 'challenging' access to COVID data putting vulnerable people at risk

Ellouise Bailey
Updated October 21 2022 - 4:13pm, first published 4:00pm
Bega-based disability support worker Cheryl Robinson remains concerned for her clients despite the NSW government's abandonment of COVID isolation requirements.
Bega-based disability support worker Cheryl Robinson remains concerned for her clients despite the NSW government's abandonment of COVID isolation requirements.

The NSW government has abandoned self-isolation and infection reporting rules, but a Bega disability support worker has been critical of the approach and says finding important health information to help keep her clients safe has become increasingly difficult.

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Ellouise Bailey

Ellouise Bailey

Journalist

Queensland Country Life reporter based in Rockhampton and reporting on agriculture in the central Queensland region. Got a story? Get in touch: 0447 477 399 or email ellouise.bailey@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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