Victoria’s top doctor and the man whose job it is to protect his state’s public health has been tested for Covid after falling ill with a runny nose and sore throat.
Chief health officer Professor Brett Sutton tweeted on Monday afternoon that he was not ‘feeling very well’ and also had a headache.
Professor Sutton said he was isolating at home until he received his results.
‘Tested for #COVID-19 and at home until I get my result. Just like 4.5 million Victorians have done. Great job by @VicGovDHtest site in Wantirna South. Thanks team,’ he said.
Victoria’s chief health officer Brett Sutton (pictured) revealed on Monday afternoon he had gone for a Covid-19 test after experiencing a runny nose, sore throat and headache
Professor Sutton tweeted the news, saying he was isolating at home until he received his results
The news comes as Victoria looks to make Covid-19 testing compulsory for hotel quarantine workers on their days off.
Health authorities are mulling the…
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