Health ACT has announced they’re standing down the emergency measures at the hospitals in the wake of the astonishing Copa incident:
The ACT Chief Health Officer, Dr Paul Kelly has today deactivated emergency response protocols at Canberra Hospital and Calvary Hospital following Canberra’s salmonella outbreak.
“It appears that the outbreak case loads have peaked and that demand on Emergency Departments has normalised,” Dr Kelly said.
“Additional cases may continue to be identified however, the acute response phase of current operations is considered over.
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“The Health Emergency Control Centre (HECC) will be stood down as of 1600, 15 May 2013 and Canberra Hospital and Calvary Hospital will stand down their respective Code Brown emergency plans as well,” Dr Kelly said.