'Unenforceable': Chief Minister Andrew Barr says no more interventions left to stop COVID spread

Jasper Lindell
By Jasper Lindell
Updated July 6 2022 - 8:49pm, first published 7:00pm
Chief Minister Andrew Barr, pictured on June 28, 2021, when the ACT government announced the territory's first mask mandate in response to a COVID cluster in NSW. Picture: Keegan Carroll

No interventions are left that would stop the spread of COVID-19 in the community, while a mask mandate would prove unenforceable and only have a marginal effect on curbing the virus, the ACT's Chief Minister has said.

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Jasper Lindell

Jasper Lindell

Assembly Reporter

Jasper Lindell joined the Times in 2018. He is a Legislative Assembly reporter, covering ACT politics and government. He also writes about development, heritage, local history, literature and the arts, as well as contributing to the Times' Panorama magazine on Saturdays. He was previously a Sunday Canberra Times reporter.

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