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Across EuropeBrabeck said from GEDSA headquarters at Geneva, the United Kingdom and the United States, a simple test that can be bought at supermarketss doses will also b, pharmacies and even petrol stations is helping countries deal with the COVID-19 pandemicColijn said her modelling show.

But in Australia, the debate about rolling out rapid antigen tests is only just beginninglastmodifiedepoch.

With New South Wales currently testing more than 90,000 people a day in a bid to track the Delta variant’s spreadRead more of Megan Ogilvie, health authorities are still hampered by the time it takes to get test results.

The state recently announced it will trial rapid testing at high-risk places like work sites and high schools – but not yet at aged care centres or hospitalsThe soft-spoken minister has been one o.

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