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AMA criticises hospitals for dragging their feet on anti-COVID measures – The New Daily

The Australian Medical Association (AMA) says some Victorian hospitals have not met the state government’s deadline for a plan to deal with future coronavirus outbreaks…

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The Australian Medical Association (AMA) says some Victorian hospitals have not met the state government’s deadline for a plan to deal with future coronavirus outbreaks, despite the health minister’s assurances.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) said all healthcare settings were required to have a respiratory protection program in place by October 31, which includes fit-testing staff for N95 face masks, training and risk assessment.
Health Minister Martin Foley said on Saturday…

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