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COVID-19 Update: Suspension of Spirometry and Saliva (Oral Fluid) Drug Testing in Greater Sydney Clinics
Wednesday, 12 Aug 2020
When COVID-19 was first touted as a potential pandemic, the Sonic HealthPlus Pandemic Preparedness Team (PPT) instituted a range of precautionary measures designed to reduce risk for our staff and clients involved in everyday clinical activities.
Social distancing and the impact on the 2020 influenza season and beyond
Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020

The 2020 influenza season has seen a significant overall decrease in flu cases due to coronavirus measures, down to historically low levels; however as the vast majority of symptomatic individuals don’t get tested, the data we have may underestimate flu activity.

COVID-19 Update: Suspension of Spirometry in Victorian Clinics
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020

Given the increase in COVID-19 cases in Victoria over recent weeks, we have once again decided to observe our PPT’s recommendation today that we suspend spirometry and saliva (oral fluid) drug testing services within Sonic HealthPlus Victorian based clinics, effective immediately.

Returning to the Office after COVID-19
Wednesday, 13 May 2020

With Social Distancing restrictions slowly starting to ease, it poses the questions – how do I bring my workforce back into the office and workplace?  Many business and employees will welcome the opportunity to return to work when given the green light by the Government. However simply inviting everyone back into work on Monday is not the safest approach and a well thought out plan should be put in place to ensure your workforce stay safe and healthy when they return to work after COVID-19.

COVID-19 Timeline to re-commence Spirometry services
Tuesday, 12 May 2020

The Thoracic Society Australia & New Zealand (TSANZ) and the Australia New Zealand Society of Respiratory Science (ANZSRS) have recently recommended that respiratory function testing in this stage of the COVID-19 pandemic can be resumed.