CNA Training Classes have been cancelled for the next two weeks in Queensland, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Queensland Government has released a statement on Wednesday saying they were not prepared to run a CNA training class during the pandemic, which has killed more than 13,000 people in the state.
The statement said the Government is also planning to cancel two more training courses this week.
The first scheduled class will take place on Wednesday from 8:30am to 11:00am, and the second scheduled class on Friday will take the place of a C-class.
The QUT Government says it has not received any complaints from CNA members or staff in relation to the cancellation of the CNA Class on Wednesday, and said the service would continue.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has said she wants to see the C-Class cancelled, but has not said if she will seek a royal commission into coronaviruses to investigate.
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