Aug 8, 2021
No matter how hard I try to keep it out, Covid has managed to make its way into every single episode of What The Hills. It's cancelled events, interrupted business, stopped sport, and changed the way we do things every day. It's also helped authors, artists and musicians to lock themselves away and be creative. We've learned to pivot, and in most cases that's not such a bad thing.
But I have to admit, I'm kind of tired of Covid popping up in every conversation I have.
So it's time I give Covid its very own episode.
For the past 18 months or so, Covid testing has been an essential tool for us to monitor and manage this pandemic. Keeping up with the ongoing and sometimes enormous demand for testing is a huge task, which has seen an amazing response by our pathologists and the people who support them.
Charlie Robertson is the Engagement Lead at Clinpath - a South Australian business which has been an integral part of our state's Covid response. She has a unique insight to the pandemic and how we're coping with it. Along the way we'll find out why a Sunday roast can be an essential part of family life, and we delve into Charlie's husband's sock drawer, because that's a thing now too.