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Latest news: Contact tracing

Contact tracing efforts to ‘evolve’ as ACT exits lockdown

The ACT Government’s contact tracing efforts will become more focused in the coming weeks and months as the ACT exits from lockdown.

Barr to outline ACT contact tracing overhaul today

Changes to how ACT health authorities will handle positive COVID-19 cases are set to be revealed, as Canberra nears the end of lockdown.

What’s the difference between close, casual and secondary contacts?

What makes someone a close, casual or secondary contact? There are a number of factors considered by ACT Health officials when deciding.

Check In CBR compulsory from 15 July in ACT

Starting tomorrow, you must use the Check In CBR app whenever you board public transport or go into a shop.

Check In CBR extended to retail, public transport

The ACT’s mask mandate is also set to continue for at least the next few days.

Sydney wedding venue disregards restrictions, hosting double its permitted capacity

This morning, NSW Acting Premier John Barilaro condemned the actions of a Fairfield wedding operator caught hosting up to 700 guests over the weekend, double the number it would be allowed under local restrictions.

New contact tracing app Check-in CBR to assist ACT venues

New contract tracing app Check-in CBR has been developed by ACT Health and will assist venues to meet their contract tracing obligations.

Local check-in app helps struggling hospitality industry

One local company, NCH Software, has come up with a way to simplify contact tracing requirements for the hospitality industry, and they are offering it for free.

On the job with the ACT Contact Tracing team

Read all about the work that ACT Health’s Contact Tracing team have done since March in aiding the fight against COVID-19.