AWAHS welcomes return to 50km border zone but says permit exemptions must be easier to get

Ellen Ebsary
Updated August 25 2020 - 9:14pm, first published 4:56pm
NEED CLARITY: AWAHS clinical manager Lauren Blatchford is trying to extend the service's permit exemptions so her child and family health nurses, Nicole Rootsey and Paula Harrison, can see mums and bubs. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE
NEED CLARITY: AWAHS clinical manager Lauren Blatchford is trying to extend the service's permit exemptions so her child and family health nurses, Nicole Rootsey and Paula Harrison, can see mums and bubs. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

News the border bubble will open back up has been welcomed by nurses who care for babies and conduct immunisation, but a major issue remains in a burdensome exemption process.

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Ellen Ebsary

Ellen Ebsary

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