Murray River Police tell those in COVID isolation to stay at home

Victoria Ellis
Updated November 5 2021 - 8:17pm, first published 2:18pm
STAY HOME: Murray River Police District commander superintendent Paul Smith says a few members of the community had not been isolating when they should have been.
STAY HOME: Murray River Police District commander superintendent Paul Smith says a few members of the community had not been isolating when they should have been.

Police are urging community members required to be isolating to stay home, after up to six people were caught in the community in Albury over the last week.

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Victoria Ellis

Victoria Ellis grew up on the Border and loves reporting for her home community. She is a University of Wollongong Journalism graduate. In 2018 Victoria was awarded the Bruce Gordon Scholarship for Journalism and completed a 10 week internship with WIN News Illawarra. In 2019 she was awarded The Border Mail's Cameron Thompson Scholarship, where she completed a three week internship, before taking up ongoing employment in 2021.

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