Pharmacists remain in dark over free federal government rapid antigen test rollout

Gabriel Fowler
By Gabriel Fowler
Updated January 9 2022 - 8:59pm, first published 8:58pm
SCARCE: Chelsea Felkai, NSW Branch President of the Pharmaceutical Society and Newcastle-based pharmacist, says community-based rapid antigen test supply was likely to remain low for a few more weeks. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

PHARMACISTS are as unsure as the rest of the community about how rapid antigen tests will be made available and tracked for concession card holders as promised by the federal government.


Gabriel Fowler

Gabriel Fowler


A Walkley-award winning journalist with 20 years experience, Gabriel writes for the Newcastle Herald across a range of areas and issues including social justice & community welfare, crime/court reporting, health, human interest.

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