Pop-up clinic busy after virus fragments found

Many people have attended a drive-through Covid-19 test clinic at CHIRP Community Health after routine sampling at the Castlemaine Waste Water Treatment facility last week detected coronavirus fragments.
The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed low levels of viral fragments were detected in a waste water sample last Tuesday.
Over Friday to Monday 120 people attended the pop-up clinic that was then set up at CHIRP, and the steady flow of those lining up to be tested at the clinic continued on Tuesday.
They included locals and people travelling from Sydney and other parts of New South Wales.
“We had 120 people come through over the weekend since Friday,” community health nurse with CHIRP Bronwyn Grieve said, speaking to the Mail on site during Tuesday’s drive-through clinic… Read more in today’s Mail ~

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