ALLG Monitors COVID-19 Situation Across ANZ

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The ALLG is continuing to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely.

As a provider of clinical trials and research services for patients with blood cancers, the ALLG is a wide-reaching organisation with over 880 members at 92 hospitals and cancer centres across Australia and New Zealand. The wellbeing of our members, most of whom are healthcare workers, and the patients participating in ALLG clinical trials is our top priority.

We want to ensure that our members, staff and clinical trial participants have the latest information and encourage those involved in ALLG clinical trials to keep up-to-date with the latest information from Australia and New Zealand (including states/territories) and remain vigilant with recommended preventative measures as per the advice of the national, state and local health authorities that relate to you.

As you read this issue of ALLG News, please note that the links and therefore advice on the pages connected to the links provided by the various authorities may be superceded as newer information becomes.

We will provide regular future updates.

AUSTRALIA

Australian Government, Department of Health and Human Services

BY AUSTRALIAN STATE / TERRITORY

Australian Capital Territory (ACT Health)

Northern Territory (NT Dept of Health)

New South Wales (NSW Health)

South Australia (SA Health)

Queensland (QLD Health)

Victoria (VIC Dept of Health & Human Services)

Western Australia (WA Health)

NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand Government, Ministry of Health

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