As you are already aware, there is ongoing concern about the spread of COVID-19 which was declared a worldwide pandemic in March 2020 by the World Health Organisation.
We understand many of you will be anxious and concerned about your personal wellbeing and getting the supports you need. However, you may find there will be unavoidable changes to some of your supports and services.
We urge you to stay vigilant. It is important that you are safe. If you receive supports or services where there are a lot of people together, those services and supports will need to change. A lot of people in one place can increase the risk of you catching the virus.
It is also important that you be careful in your decisions about who you see and where you go. This is to protect yourself and others who may be more likely to catch the virus. Please continue to wash your hands thoroughly and often.
If you are showing signs of Fever or chills, Acute respiratory symptoms such as cough, sore throat or shortness of breath, headache, aching muscles, runny or stuffy nose, loss of smell, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.
If you have returned from overseas, you must isolate for the required 14 days as per the Governments legal requirements.