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#LIVE : Minister for Health Greg Hunt and Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Mental Health Dr Ruth Vine are providing a national update on COVID-19. Watch:

Health Minister Greg Hunt and the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Mental Health, Dr Ruth Vine, are providing a COVID-19 update in Canberra.

Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Nick Coatsworth has thrown his support behind the re-opening of gyms. Several states have already announced dates for gyms to open again with strict guidelines in place. #7NEWS 

Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Nick Coatsworth has thrown his support behind the re-opening of gyms. Several states have already announced dates for gyms to open again with strict guidelines in place. #7NEWS 

There have been just THREE confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia in the past 24 hours. Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Nick Coatsworth joined us with an update. Latest updates:

Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Nick Coatsworth has thrown his support behind the re-opening of gyms. Several states have already announced dates for gyms to open again with strict guidelines in place. #7NEWS 

Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Nick Coatsworth has thrown his support behind the re-opening of gyms. Several states have already announced dates for gyms to open again with strict guidelines in place. #7NEWS 

Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Nick Coatsworth has thrown his support behind the re-opening of gyms. Several states have already announced dates for gyms to open again with strict guidelines in place. #7NEWS 

Australia’s Deputy Chief Medical OfficerDr Nick Coatsworth has thrown his support behind the re-opening of gyms. Several states have already announced dates for gyms to open again with strict guidelines in place. #7NEWS 

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Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England acknowledges there was a change of policy on virus testing in March partly because there was not enough capacity. Dr Jenny Harries told the Commons Health Select Committee that “if we had unlimited capacity we would have done differently”.

Dr Jenny Harries, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, came into Downing Street to answer some of the most commonly asked questions on coronavirus.

Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr@ronan_glynn  tells @morningireland  we will be living with #coronavirus  "for the foreseeable future, whether that's months or years is difficult to say at this point". #Covid19 

When asked why arrivals to the UK aren't being screened for #coronavirus , Deputy Chief Medical OfficerProfessor Jonathan Van-Tam says there's a "basic problem" because it could take someone up to 12 hours to fly to the UK but the incubation period for this virus is up to 14 days

Deputy Chief Medical Officer DrJenny Harries says it could be six months or longer before the country gets back to normal from the pandemic with reviews of lockdown measures every three weeks

You heard @BorisJohnson ⁩ say tonight that nothing is more important than testing for #COVID19 . Well that’s not what the deputy chief medical officerJonathan Van Tam says on #Peston  tonight. See attached. Full interview at 10.45 on ITV & here on Twitter via ⁦ @pestononsunday 

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England's deputy chief medical officer tells Sky News' @breakfast '>Kay Burle @breakfast  show "we will see many thousands" of people in the UK become infected with COVID-19 "in due course"

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