Wagga schools receive RATs as COVID cases to reach peak

Taylor Dodge
By Taylor Dodge
Updated March 25 2022 - 3:45am, first published March 24 2022 - 4:30am
ON HAND: North Wagga Public School principal Trudy Standley is prepared to hand out rapid antigen tests to students experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Picture: Taylor Dodge

IN AN effort to preserve face-to-face learning across the state the NSW Government has provided public schools with additional RATs for staff and students.

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Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge

Journalist

Now working for The Daily Advertiser, Taylor has more than three years of experience working as a Journalist for Australian Community Media covering an array of topics. Connect with her at taylor.dodge@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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