For all your up-to-date local and state Government COVID-19 news please visit the Government sites, our Facebook page and/or check out our media releases below.
As isolation restrictions are eased in both NSW and Victoria, Albury Wodonga Health seeks to encourage the community to remain vigilant to the spread and re-emergence of COVID-19.
Thank you to all AWH nurses on International Nurses Day 2020.
The case definition for COVID-19 testing has changed. Testing is now available to anyone with a fever or chills OR anyone with an acute respiratory infection including cough, sore throat or shortness of breath.
The Community Rehabilitation Program is one of many teams at Albury Wodonga Health which have risen to the challenges presented by COVID-19. The team seized the opportunity to utilise telehealth facilities to continue providing allied health and nursing assistance to support individuals with chronic diseases.
The National Mental Health Commission has launched the national #mentalhealth #wellbeing for #COVID19 tips for everyone to follow and use every day while physical distancing. Please download and share far and wide #inthistogether.
If you think you have the coronavirus call your GP or (02) 6058 4444. Do NOT attend an Emergency Dept.
COVID-19 has seen Albury Wodonga Health change the way it provides antenatal education with the introduction of new online programs.
Testing for COVID-19 at the Albury Wodonga Health clinic has been expanded.
A special shout out to Leah, Tom and Dilli, and all the team at Albury Wodonga Health who have come together so quickly to support our COVID-19 visitor and entry policy at the Albury and Wodonga Hospitals. Their important work ensures our patients, staff and the wider community are kept safe. Help them out by answering the short questionnaire and obeying all directions while you visit.
Our valued staff are asking the Albury Wodonga community #wecometoworkforyou #pleasestayhomeforus