Public health advice to guide the status of the Tasmanian ash test | Avocado



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Prime Minister Peter Gutwein has again reiterated that public health advice will be the deciding factor on the status of next week’s historic ash test in Hobart. When asked on Wednesday if he was concerned the test was a ‘super spreader’ event of COVID-19, especially given the increase in the number of cases since the borders opened, Gutwein responded by saying stating, “I will always rely on public health advice. in regards to this kind of events and at this point i have no public health advice in terms of changing the settings [restrictions] the [at the Test]. ”He went on to say,“ We ​​will rely on public health advice regarding the ashes. [Test] and other events. “Cricket Australia confirmed this week that the start time for the day / night match at Blundstone Arena will be 3 p.m. This is the state’s first test match since South Africa in 2016. The test is expected to start in January. 14.





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