Along with the Australian government, we are closely monitoring the situation. Their current responses can be found here on the StudyAustralia page
Restrictions are being removed, but please be aware of the current advice and adhere to this at all times.
We are open for day and Evening ELICOS classes
All Vocational course will have offer both in-class and also online options. For more information please see alscertificates.net
Queensland has a roadmap to how restrictions will be eased
It is important to keep practising social distancing as much as possible and:
- keep at least 1.5 metres away from other people
- wash your hands
- avoid hugs, kisses and handshakes.
This means most places will re-open and have limits in line with their size, and you can meet with up to 100 with friends and family:
> Maximum number of customers for a business at any one time is determined by the 4 square metre rule
> For smaller venues below 200 square metres, businesses can have one person per 2 square metres up to 50 persons at a time
Please note Queensland Borders remain closed until the 10th July.
Visit the Department of Home Affairs website for:
This page was last reviewed 30/6/20
How can we help prevent the spread of 2019-nCoV?
Practising good hand and sneeze/cough hygiene is the best defence against most viruses.
· Wash your hands often with soap and water before and after eating as well as after using the toilet
· avoid contact with others (including touching, kissing and hugging)
· cough and sneeze into your elbow.
What are the symptoms of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)?
Symptoms can range from a mild fever, flu-like symptoms such as cough, sore throat, headaches, nausea/vomiting, and difficulty breathing, through to pneumonia. It can take up to 14 days for symptoms to show after a person has been infected.
What should you do if you become unwell?
If you become unwell and suspect you may have symptoms of coronavirus, please inform us (07 3229 3389) and we will help you must seek medical attention.
The Department of Health has released three fact sheets specifically for travellers from China and people that may have been in close contact. These can be accessed here:
- Information for people with a suspected case of novel coronavirus
- Information for people who have been in close contact with someone who has a confirmed case of novel coronavirus
Where can I get more information?
Visit the Australian Government Department of Health homepage at www.health.gov.au.
Call the Public Health Information Line on 1800 044 599 or call 13HEALTH (13 43 25 84)
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For a break down of who Covid-19 is affecting, please see here
Latest updates from the Department of Health can be found here