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  • We all deserve a big pat on the back for working so well together to minimise the spread of Covid-19.

    Thanks to all Gateway Health clients, volunteers, visitors and staff for your patience, understanding and commitment to slowing the rates of infection.

    But we shouldn’t be touching each other’s backs just yet! The Victorian Government is reminding us all that if we feel any flu-like symptoms at all, we should go to a local Covid-19 testing clinic and get tested.

  • Gateway Health has published its first Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan, a document mapping out our commitments to improving outcomes for the recognition and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

    The document addresses key issues around recognition, employment, cultural learning, partnership activities and other aspects of the relationship between the organisation and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

  • Some practical help is at hand in the battle to stay healthy during the current Covid-19 emergency: Gateway Health has published a set of two guides to a wide range of food resources we can all find close to home.

    The Gateway Health Community Food Access Guide has been published in two editions - one for Albury-Wodonga and another for Wangaratta and surrounds.

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