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Coronavirus traces detected in Ararat wastewater; pop up testing at East Grampians Health Service

Matt Currill
Cassandra Langley
Updated October 23 2020 - 12:05pm, first published 10:34am
TRACES: Traces of coronavirus have been detected in Ararat wastewater. Picture: PETER PICKERING
TRACES: Traces of coronavirus have been detected in Ararat wastewater. Picture: PETER PICKERING

UPDATE, 12pm: East Grampians Health Service chief executive Andrew Freeman said the health service was "well prepared" for the testing to occur over the weekend.

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Matt Currill

Matt Currill

Sports reporter with The Courier

Matt covers the Ballarat Football Netball League and cricket. Get in touch at matt.currill@thecourier.com.au

Cassandra Langley

Rural and regional story-telling is where my passion lies. Email: cassandra.langley@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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