- Considering aged care is primarily the responsibility of the Commonwealth, does NSW Health have a policy determining when it would become involved at an aged care facility?
- If so:
- When was this policy first instigated?
- Is the policy publicly available in a way that is accessible to families of aged care residents in New South Wales?
- Is infection control the only circumstance by which NSW Health would become directly involved in an aged care facility in New South Wales?
- If not, what other circumstances?
- Is there a particular threshold of infection that determines when NSW Health would intervene in an aged care facility?
- What preparations has NSW Health made to combat clusters in further aged care facilities?
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