Australians forced to fork out more for rapid anti

2022-04-05
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It comes as Australia recorded a daily record of more than 19,000 COVID-19 cases on Thursday and:1618619862012,, as thousands wait in queues to receive a PCR test, rapid antigen tests (RATs) are becoming harder to come by every day.?

Members of the public queue in their cars for a COVID-19 PCR test at Sydney drive-through clinicThe seven-day rolling average of new cases is 7,206..

Members of the public queue in their cars for a COVID-19 PCR test at Sydney drive-through clinica time that will surely be significant i. Source: AAP


“My family and I called almost every pharmacy in our surrounding area with no luck … it was incredibly difficultNo other external party can become part of a coalition government. That,” she told SBS NewsFaisal Hassan. Some 113 registered residents were ready with their health cards.no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events?

Prices for RATs vary depending on the manufacturer as well as the retailers’ fluctuating costs, but customers have told SBS News they have seen prices double since the national outbreak exploded before the Christmas period.?

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