With the NSW Premier’s announcement of the further lifting of COVID-19 restrictions across NSW, we can announce the following changes across Wayside Chapel:
Community Service Centre – Kings Cross
Community Service Centre – Bondi
Outreach will continue as normal.
Please find the full list of ongoing Operational changes below.
Other Risk Mitigation Strategies
Wayside Chapel is monitoring information and following COVID-19 advice from the NSW Government.
Messaging for Visitors, Staff, In-reach Providers, Corporate Visitors, Event Patrons and Volunteers
Protecting Yourself and Others
To help reduce the spread please ensure you follow the good hygiene practices below to protect yourself and others:
If Experiencing COVID-19 Symptoms
Any person who has symptoms including fever, coughing, sore throat, fatigue, and shortness of breath; been diagnosed with COVID-19, have recently returned from overseas (or come into contact with someone who has); or have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 must:
Staff Procedures Regarding Visitors Feeling Unwell and/or Experiencing COVID-19 Symptoms
Staff who identifies any visitor displaying symptoms including fever, coughing, sore throat, fatigue, and shortness of breath; has been diagnosed with COVID-19; have recently returned from overseas (or come into contact with someone who has); or have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 must follow the procedures:
Business and Personal Travel: Self-isolation Requirements
Borders in Australia have now reopened.
Wayside requires all Visitors, Staff, In-reach Providers, Corporate Visitors, Event Patrons and Volunteers to not attend Wayside and self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival to Australia if they have recently travelled internationally to any country, or returned from overseas or if they have visited a COVID-19 hotspot.
This applies all people – whether they be citizens, residents or visitors – will be required to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival in Australia.
If you have had close contact with anyone who has recently traveled overseas, we ask that you observe the same precautions.
If you are planning to meet with international clients or visitors in coming weeks (particularly people travelling from the countries identified above), we strongly recommend you doing so via teleconference or Video Conference.
We are not currently placing any restrictions on domestic travel. We will continue to monitor the situation. Where possible, we recommend limiting travel and exploring alternative meeting arrangements (i.e. virtual).