GPs ‘hammered’ with calls over positive rapid tests

The prime minister's announcement that people should call their GP if they have a a positive rapid test has caused 'big problems', says AMA
Dr Chris Moy.

GPs are being inundated with calls, emails and text message after the public was told to call them if they had a positive home test. 

Practices were already under strain before Prime Minister Scott Morrison last week said Australians should call their GP if they tested positive for COVID-19 using a rapid antigen test (RAT), said AMA vice president Dr Chris Moy.