The government’s COVID-19 rapid antigen testing pilot has kicked off at specific workplaces around Sydney’s south west, but when will it be made available to the wider community?

We posed the question to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian who revealed that while the kits aren’t “as accurate as traditional forms of testing” they “give us a good idea of who is infectious and who isn’t”.

Do you think the kits should be widely available in NSW?

Hear our full chat with Gladys Berejiklian:

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