Queensland will reopen its border with New South Wales on November 1, if the state has passed 28 days without recording a case of community infection.
“If you start seeing what first happened in Victoria, of course it would be a concern,” Parasheck said.
Ms Palaszczuk said Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young took into account test rates, sewage tests, and community infection rates when determining borders.
The number of tests in NSW is well below 10,000. According to Christine Selby, a spokeswoman for the New South Wales Department of Health, the state reported 5385 inspections reported during the latest reporting period and 4789 inspections the day before.
“Recently, the number of tests has dropped, which is a concern,” she said.
“We are calling on the community to test immediately, even with the mildest symptoms, such as runny nose, itchy throat, cough, fever, or other symptoms that may be COVID-19.”
Health officials in New South Wales were also concerned that there may be active, undetected cases in the areas of Hawkesbury and southwest Sydney.
Dr. Selby hopes NSW Health will come forward for testing, especially after the state’s sewage monitoring system picks up virus fragments at treatment plants in North Richmond and West Camden. I said I was out.
“Fragments of the virus can mean that there are active cases in the catchment area, but people can continue to shed the genetic material of the virus for weeks after recovery,” Dr. Selby said. ..
The latest case reported in the Westcamden catchment was September, but Dr. Selby said no one living in the North Richmond area has recently shown positives.
Early Tuesday morning, New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Berejikrian again criticized Queensland’s reopening criteria and what if New South Wales filed a proceeding after clearing the 28-day criteria. He said he had no plans for what would happen.
“When applying [those] Criteria: What is the next step? Mr. Beregikrian talked about WSFM Johnny & Amanda Performance.
Ms Berejiklian said she suspected New South Wales was celebrating its 28th, instead opening borders to all Victoria states with COVID-safe regulations and proper contact tracing. He said it was necessary to prevent the spread of future outbreaks.
“Victoria is an exception,” she said of the reopening of the border. “I don’t think Victoria is still out of the forest.”
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Rachel Clan is a journalist at The Sydney Morning Herald.
Lydia Lynch is a political reporter in Queensland, Brisbane Times.
Mary Ward is a reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.