Covid Isolation rules have changed

National Road Transport Association

From 9 September 2022, the National Cabinet reduced the isolation period for people who have tested positive for COVID-19 from seven days to five.

If you still have symptoms or work in high-risk settings with vulnerable people – such as workers in aged care homes and the disability care sector – you will still have to isolate yourself for seven days. Refer to our COVID-19 bulletin on the NatRoad website for full details.

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