Truck driver in Wodonga found to have COVID

A TRUCK driver is isolating in Wodonga with COVID, it has been revealed on Sunday. Victorian COVID commander Jereon Weimar made the announcement at a media conference. “One of the cases last night is a truck driver who lives in Wodonga,” Mr Weimar said. “He has a number of interstate exposure sites but none in Victoria and as soon as he became symptomatic he immediately got tested and isolated at home. “My thanks to him for doing that so swiftly, a critical part of course for us to continue to support the interstate freight industry.” The Wodonga case is one of 183 reported across Victoria today with six of those in Shepparton. In NSW, there were 1485 new cases of COVID19 reported to 8pm on Saturday and three deaths.

A TRUCK driver is isolating in Wodonga with COVID, it has been revealed on Sunday.

Victorian COVID commander Jereon Weimar made the announcement at a media conference. “One of the cases last night is a truck driver who lives in Wodonga,” Mr Weimar said. “He has a number of interstate exposure sites but none in Victoria and as soon as he became symptomatic he immediately got tested and isolated at home.

“My thanks to him for doing that so swiftly, a critical part of course for us to continue to support the interstate freight industry.”

The Wodonga case is one of 183 reported across Victoria today with six of those in Shepparton.

In NSW, there were 1485 new cases of COVID19 reported to 8pm on Saturday and three deaths.