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COVID-19 cases in Dubbo increase, no plans for Dubbo LGA to be hotspot

Lynn Rayner
By Lynn Rayner
August 25 2021 - 7:00am
CONCERNING: Western NSW Local Health District chief executive Scott McLachlan addressed the public. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

THERE are no current plans for the Dubbo local government area to be declared a COVID-19 area of concern, despite an "extremely concerning day" leading to a significant rise in case numbers.

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Lynn Rayner

Lynn Rayner

Editor - Daily Liberal + western papers

I am the editor of the Daily Liberal, Mailbox Shopper, Western Magazine and associated western publications (Wellington Times and Narromine News which are both online only publications). I have been the editor for three years. I have been a journalist for 15 years and was formally the digital specialist for the Western NSW area assisting with digital coverage and growth across 13 mastheads, including the three dailies. Before that I worked as a journalist in Lithgow and Mudgee covering a number of different rounds. I established the social media accounts in Lithgow and took an interest in the digital aspects of the paper. I started my journalism career at the former Myall Coast Nota based as the journalist-in-charge at Tea Gardens while also working part time in Forster as the council reporter for the Great Lakes Advocate.

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