Aged care sector argues government payments 'too little too late'

Allanah Sciberras
Neve Brissenden
By Allanah Sciberras, and Neve Brissenden
Updated February 1 2022 - 6:51am, first published 5:00am
Unions and central Victorian aged care workers have slammed the federal government's aged care support payments. Picture: SHUTTERSTOCK

CENTRAL Victorian aged care workers and unions have slammed the federal government's industry support payments, arguing patient care is slipping and workers are being forced to pay for their own rapid antigen tests.

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Allanah Sciberras

Journalist reporting on crime, local council and general news for daily newspaper, The Bendigo Advertiser. Contact me via allanah.sciberras@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Neve Brissenden

Neve Brissenden

Journalist

Political and general news reporter for The Bendigo Advertiser. contact: neve.brissenden@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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