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NSW tightens hotel quarantine protocols; Masks to remain mandatory ‘for foreseeable future’ – Sydney Morning Herald

NSW will start managing cases of COVID-19 among overseas travellers differently in light of the new COVID-19 mutations around the world.



COVID-19 patients will not be released from isolation until at least 14 days after their symptom onset, and they will get tested at the end of their isolation period.
“It is important to note that some people still can have remnants of the virus for a long time, so we will use an expert panel to ensure we are not releasing cases that are infectious and that will require more intensive testing if anyone still remains

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