Bendigo Health Introduces Traffic Light System for COVID-19 Test Hours | Bendigo Advertiser



7:30 p.m. BENDIGO Health has introduced a new system to tell people roughly how long the waits for COVID-19 are. A spokesperson said the new webpage would tell customers how busy their sites are in real time. “We have introduced a new traffic light system on our website to notify wait times for our two COVID -19 testing clinics,” they said. More news: Toyworld anonymous donor Bendigo pays the breaks triggering a flood of more donations. located at the Bendigo Exhibition Grounds and on McLaren Street and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You can find the website online here. 4:10 p.m. ANOTHER Bendigo business has closed after being exposed to COVID-19 this week. Staff from the Axedale General Store took to social media to confirm that a positive COVID-19 case had visited the company on November 9 at 8:50 a.m. More information: Air Wing Police Joins Search for Local 47-year-old Pam in Mandurang South “We informed people in the store at time of contact and closed for the day for a thorough cleaning and taking all precautionary measures we need to keep the community and ourselves safe, “the post said.” We have been in contact with the health department. and following all instructions from them. ” will reopen normally on Wednesday, November 10 at 6 a.m. “12:30 p.m. GRAND Bendigo recorded 17 new cases of coronavirus overnight, bringing the region’s total number of active cases to 216. More News: Meanwhile, the Campaspe Shire recorded seven cases and the Macedon Rangers in on t recorded 14. The Mount Alexander Shire recorded four new cases and the Loddon County one. Other news: Two residents confirmed the victims of a fatal crash at Heathcote Earlier, VICTORIA recorded 1,069 new cases of COVID-19 overnight. Unfortunately, there were 10 more deaths. A total of 579 people are hospitalized with the virus, 90 are in intensive care unit and 55 are on ventilators. Related: Level one and two exposure sites in Bendigo and surrounding areas There have been 11,269 vaccines administered and the number of people who have had both injections stands at 4,715,364. hours, more than 47,000 test results were received. The numbers come as Bendigo Health has confirmed that a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. A spokesperson said that even if there was not much information available, hospital services would not be affected. “All the necessary infection control procedures are underway,” they said. More News: LASPA Donates Defibrator Machine to Bendigo Amateur Radio and Electronics Club This comes as Boort District Health has confirmed COVID-19 positive case has gone to hospital last week. In a social media post, the health service confirmed the case treated on Wednesday, November 3. Two residents of the Glanville Village senior care facility have also tested positive for COVID-19. Echuca regional health has confirmed that a COVID-19 epidemic has been declared in the village following the positive results. Other news: The Djaara Lights display showcases the culture, language and art of the traditional owners of Bendigo. Howlett said in an email sent earlier this morning. “An epidemic control meeting was called last night, involving officials from LM’s Public Health Unit and the Commonwealth State Department of Health. ERH staff were praised for the measures that have been taken so far in managing the outbreak. ” Dr Howlett said the village will remain blocked until further notice. Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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