Tracey Oakman, Serena Hardwick on decision to no longer list venues of concern

Annie Lewis
By Annie Lewis
Updated November 16 2021 - 8:59am, first published 7:00am
VIGILANCE: Public health director Tracey Oakman. Picture: Mark Jesser

The balancing act of keeping Riverina residents informed to prevent fear of COVID and trying to minimise the impacts on businesses is a "complex issue", a Wagga business advocate says.

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Annie Lewis

Annie Lewis

Court and Features Reporter

My passion for journalism stems from a sincere desire to tell great stories that matter. So, feel free to get in touch to talk about what's happening in our community. Whether there's an issue that needs highlighting or a triumph worth sharing, I want to hear about it. Email me at a.lewis@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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