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“It’s all about people who are necessary for the economy, or getting back to school and of course the health sector,” he said.

The Kew man, diagnosed with lymphoma, has been living in a self-imposed lockdown since he began treatment in November.

Mr Harris and his wife will go to the shops for essentials, but that’s it. With his immune system “wiped out” from monthly chemotherapy sessions, they are too frightened to go on social outings or have friends and family into their home without the security of rapid tests.

Even his mandatory PCR tests which are required before he goes into hospital for monthly chemotherapy are not being returned in time before his sessions.

These rapid tests are on their way to Melbourne man Rod Harris, currently undergoing chemo, from a friend in Thailand.Credit:Dustin Harris (Supplied)

Mr Harris’ friend Dustin Barter, a former Melburnian…

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