As of 13 April 2021

There are no cases of community transmission of COVID-19 and there are no close or casual contact locations in NSW or interstate. However there are locations of concern in New Zealand.

This information can change rapidly so please check the web at least daily for updates.

Visitors

Visitors must not enter the facility at all if they:

  • have COVID-19 symptoms - fever (37. 5°C or higher) or symptoms of COVID-19
  • have been to any close or casual contact locations in NSW, Interstate or New Zealand
  • are a close contact of a person with confirmed COVID-19 and are within their self-isolation period
  • live in a household with a person who is currently self-isolating
  • are waiting for a COVID-19 test result.

Please read Exceptional circumstances for visiting an RDCF.

Residents

Residents from other areas of NSW who are attending outings and excursions should ensure that:

Staff

Exclude staff who:

  • have COVID-19 symptoms - fever (37. 5°C or higher) or symptoms of COVID-19
  • have been to any close or casual contact locations in NSW, Interstate or New Zealand
  • are a close contact of a person with confirmed COVID-19 and are within their self-isolation period
  • live in a household with a person who is currently self-isolating
  • are waiting for a COVID-19 test result

For advice on essential staff who are necessary for operational purposes please see the advice on Exceptional circumstances for visiting a RDCF and call the local public health unit on 1300 066 055 for a risk assessment and further advice.

Please read Additional information for residential disability care facilities (RDCF) for guidance on:

  • new and returning residents
  • exceptional circumstances
  • additional COVID-19 measures for staff and facilities
  • assistance
  • further advice
  • additional resources.
Current as at: Tuesday 13 April 2021
Contact page owner: Health Protection NSW