MLHD's Tracey Oakman supports Albury lockdown call, but concerned several COVID cases will arise

Beau Greenway
Updated September 17 2021 - 10:24am, first published September 16 2021 - 5:30pm
COVID CONCERNS: Murrumbidgee Local Health District public health director Tracey Oakman said the decision to lockdown Albury for seven days was the right call, but is worried two cases in the Border city could be the first of several. Picture: MARK JESSER
COVID CONCERNS: Murrumbidgee Local Health District public health director Tracey Oakman said the decision to lockdown Albury for seven days was the right call, but is worried two cases in the Border city could be the first of several. Picture: MARK JESSER

NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro has defended the decision to delay Albury's return to lockdown until Thursday after two positive COVID cases were announced on Wednesday.

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Beau Greenway

Beau Greenway

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Beau Greenway is a journalist at The Border Mail. He likes to tell the stories of great people in our communities. Email: beau.greenway@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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