COVID-19 Updates - Keeping you informed

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Amaroo Village takes COVID-19 seriously. The health and wellbeing of our residents, clients and staff is at the forefront of our organisation.

This page will provide updates on the latest measures in place at Amaroo Village to protect our community.

Residential Care:

We have changed our visitor arrangements for both our Residential Care facilities, please contact us before visiting.

A copy of the official Western Australia Public Health Visitors to Residential Aged Care Facilities Directions (No.4, signed 18 September 2020) can be found here.

In line with Western Australia Visitors to Residential Aged Care Facilities Directions (No.4):

  • All visitors must comply with our screening requirements and provide evidence of a current flu vaccination prior to entry.
  • Visitors who have returned from overseas and interstate in the last 14 days will not be permitted to enter our facilities.
  • Visitors who have been in contact with someone confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19 in the last 14 days will not be permitted to enter our facilities.
  • All visitors need to sign in on arrival and out of departure.
  • All visitors who are unwell, have fever or symptoms of respiratory illness are not permitted to enter our facilities.

Please follow the directions of the Facility Manager plus maintain the Government’s 1.5 metre physical distancing and practice hand hygiene.

While restrictions have eased, we kindly ask residents and visitors to continue to exercise extreme caution due to the ongoing presence of COVID-19 in Australia.

We continue to monitor COVID-19 cases in Western Australia and public health advice.  

 

Tours and Administration:

For a tour of our facilities, retirement village and/or villas inspection, please contact our Residential Accommodation Coordinator.

 

  • Please perform hand hygiene before entering administration office.
  • All visitors need to sign in on arrival and out of departure.
  • Do not visit if you are unwell, experiencing fever and respiratory illness.

 

 

 

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