Border residents access 4000 RATs, MP onto claims some turned away

Ellen Ebsary
By Ellen Ebsary
Updated January 21 2022 - 8:02am, first published 7:23am
ACCESS: LiveBetter chief executive officer Natalie Forsyth-Stock is awaiting supplies of RATs while Albury MP Justin Clancy will ensure residents can get them through Albury Wodonga Health with reports some were turned away.

More than 4000 rapid antigen tests have been distributed by Albury Wodonga Health through its Lakeside Clinic as other organisations await government supplies.

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