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Reporting of positive RAT results is now mandatory

Reporting of positive RAT results is now mandatory

Premier Dominic Perrottet has this morning announced it is now mandatory to report positive Rapid Antigen test results via the Service NSW app.

The rules apply for anyone who has tested positive on a rapid test from January 1, 2022. 

The process will involve answering a few questions, including whether the person is pregnant or has any underlying health conditions.

The Premier says this information will mean NSW Health can connect people with care who need it.

Submissions can also be made on behalf of dependants through the app.

For those that do not have the app, reports can be lodged online or by calling Service NSW.

Interstate travellers who don't wish to have an account can upload figures as a guest. 

If a person fails to register their rapid antigen test, they could be fined $1000.

There will be a one week grace period, before the fines become enforceable on January 19. 

 

Here's how to register the test on the Service NSW app:

To report a positive result, open the service NSW app, click on 'COVID-19 Resources' then click on 'register a positive test result.'