COVID-19 inquiry to hear from Department of Health

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Senator David Fawcett, Chair of the Parliament's Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee, says the Department has been at the forefront of Australia's COVID-19 response.

Senator Fawcett said "Australians can rightly be proud of the achievements of our health authorities in responding to and managing the COVID-19 pandemic, though of course there is still work to be done. The committee looks forward to hearing from the Department about recent developments in the fight against COVID-19 and the steps we might take as a nation to build our resilience as we emerge from the pandemic."

Full terms of reference for the inquiry are on the Committee website.

Public hearing details

Date: Thursday 13 August
Time: 3.00pm – 4.30pm AEST 
Location: By teleconference

The hearings will be audio streamed live at aph.gov.au/live

 
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