NSW back-to-school plan to use twice-weekly RATs | Coronavirus | 9 News Australia

9 News Australia published this video item, entitled “NSW back-to-school plan to use twice-weekly RATs | Coronavirus | 9 News Australia” – below is their description.

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet has outlined the steps the state will take to make sure children can return to school “safely” on the first day of term. COVID-19 rapid antigen tests and masks will play a crucial role in the plan.

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