There is so much information circling around about the Coronavirus.
We’ve been told that flu-like symptoms could be a sign you have the virus, but how do you know when to get tested? And if you do need to get tested, where do you go?
Dr Elysia Thornton-Benko is a GP dealing with a lot of these questions.
In this interview, she covers everything you need to know about testing, and how we should be approaching contact with grandparents.
The following is general information only. For more detailed information check the Government’s Health website.
Other good websites to check out include Raising Children Network’s dedicated Coronavirus page and The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists.
Listen to Dr Elysia Thornton-Benko on Feed Play Love:
Please note: Each confirmed case of COVID-19 is assessed independently and action taken depends on the severity of symptoms and surrounding circumstances, in addition to public health contact tracing.