‘Praying it won’t happen’: how Omicron could cut off Australia’s rural towns from essential services
An outbreak in a small regional community could leave locals unable to access pharmaceutical and banking services
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Essential services in rural towns are under pressure due to Covid-19 and could leave locals unable to access pharmaceutical and banking services.
Katie Stott, together with her husband, pharmacist Fred Hellqvist, manage the only pharmacy in Dover, Tasmania, the southernmost town in Australia, servicing approximately 2,000 to 3,000 people.