While it is not mandatory to self-isolate if you
test positive to COVID-19, it is recommended you stay home and take steps to protect others.
If you test positive on a rapid antigen test (RAT) please
register this with Service NSW. Registering your result can help you access medical support from NSW Health, including antiviral medicines if you are eligible.
Read more information on
how to stay COVID-safe.
Accessible COVID-19 information for people with disability
The vaccination requirements in the
Public Health (COVID-19 Care Services) Order (No 3) 2022 ended at 11.59pm on 30 November 2022. All requirements, provisions and exemptions under this Public Health Order have been repealed.
Requirements for COVID-19 vaccination of workers have transitioned to a workplace health and safety risk assessment model. As such, staff may need to provide
proof of vaccination to their employer if requested.
If you require further information about COVID-19 and vaccines, you can contact:
These resources have been developed to guide discussions between residents and their families with their GP regarding the use of antiviral medicines: