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New South Wales health authorities have warned an unvaccinated student nurse who tested positive for Covid worked across two Sydney hospitals for up to five days, with more than 100 staff and patients identified as close contacts sent into isolation.
NSW Health on Wednesday evening also reversed its health advice for the minister for digital and customer service, Victor Dominello, who was forced back into isolation just hours after appearing at the state’s Covid press conference alongside the premier, Gladys Berejiklian.
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