Front line health staff running Castlemaine’s drive-through
COVID test clinics have praised locals for coming forward in
significant numbers to get tested since the state went into lockdown.
“We started running clinics as soon as we went into lockdown
from last Thursday, said Bronwyn Grieve, Castlemaine community health nurse overseeing the drive-through COVID testing clinic that has been busy swabbing people at the Castlemaine District Community Health drive through site all this week.
“We’ve swabbed up to 250 people and put on some extra clinics because we’ve had some exposure sites that have affected
Castlemaine quite a lot,” Ms Grieve said, speaking to the Mail at the clinic earlier this week. Read more in today’s Mail…