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NSW premier Dominic Perrottet has announced it is mandatory to report a positive rapid antigen test (RAT) through the Service NSW App. There will be a $1,000 fine for those who fail to report their positive RATs result. Perrottet said anyone that has tested positive since 1 January will need to register their positive test. ‘This health order has been signed off this morning and in terms of enforcement if someone fails to register a positive rapid antigen test there will be a $1,000 fine and there will be a grace period’, the premier said

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