Domicron's Test Shop

On 12 January the New South Wales government made it compulsory for anyone who tested positive to COVID-19 on a rapid antigen test (RAT) to formally report any positive results dating back two weeks. There was a huge influx of positive test results, making it difficult to model the true current number of cases in the state. A shortage of RATs added to the uncertainty, as many New South Wales residents with symptoms were unable to confirm their diagnosis.