Out of Touch documents the unique experiences of Western Australians during the COVID-19 pandemic that hit Australia in early 2020.

When COVID-19 hit Perth, Rachael Lynch was celebrating being international goalkeeper of the year and playing her 200th game. As a registered nurse: she quickly stepped off the field and onto the frontlines to fulfil what she calls a “moral duty.” As she took off her goalie mask, she regained an opportunity to be Rachael: a person, friend, sister, and daughter. She brings us into challenging moments to keep Western Australians healthy, the joy of afternoon cycles with girlfriends, and reflecting on her next career move.



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