Scott Morrison says relaxed isolation rules will help keep food on the shelves, as he says Australia must ‘push through’ Omicron wave
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Close contacts of Covid cases employed in critical supply chains will have their isolation requirements scrapped, in an attempt to address workforce shortages that have hit the food industry.
Announcing a shake-up of isolation requirements on Monday, the prime minister, Scott Morrison, said the requirements would not apply to customer-facing roles, but those working in “critical supply chains”.
Read the original article at The Guardian