The nation’s top medical officials have stopped short of recommending people wear masks, but say they may choose to do so in situations where it is not feasible to maintain a 1.5m distance from others.”The (advisory committee) has recognised that in a crowded public transport situation people may choose to wear masks when they are really up close with other people,” chief medical officer Brendan Murphy told reporters on Friday.”We acknowledge that this is not an unreasonable thing to do, not that we’re recommending it in the general community in Australia at the moment because of the low case numbers.Prof Brendan Murphy said people may want to wear face masks on public transport if 1.5 metres can’t be kept between them and other commuters. Source: AAP”But if people do choose to wear masks they need to be careful as they are not a complete protection and they need to be worn very carefully.”Premiers and chief ministers have agreed to a set of principles on how public transport can operate safely as coronavirus restrictions ease.Trains, buses and trams and their stops will be cleaned regularly, and most governments have installed some visual guides for where people should sit or stand to maintain physical distancing.Continued calls for people to be testedProfessor Murphy urged Australians who were experiencing any kind of symptom consistent with an acute respiratory problem to be tested for COVID 19.He said this was the only way health officials could continue to effectively track the virus and stay on top of outbreaks.”We are doing 30,000 tests a day with a very low positivity rate of 0.05 per cent at the moment. We would still like to do more tests,” he told reporters on Friday.”We would like every person with an acute respiratory problem, cough, cold, to get tested.
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