Bruny Island AU Retreats & COVID-19

March 18, 2020

Bruny Island AU Retreats care deeply about our guests, community and employees.

The COVID-19 pandemic affects all of us and we need to consider our actions & interactions in this ever changing situation.

 

To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and to safeguard the well-being of our staff & customers we have reviewed our procedures and protocols through out the company.

Those that can work from home will do so, those unable to do so will work in separated office spaces. Our frontline staff will be required to limit any physical interactions with others to essential only, maintaining social distancing wherever possible. We have also reviewed and increased our cleaning procedures.

We have advised our staff to follow regular handwashing procedures and the wearing of gloves while cleaning properties and to minimize physical contact with others. Our staff will stay home if they have been in contact with anyone who has travelled from overseas or if they experience any of the known symptoms.

We actively encourage our guests to notify us if they are experiencing any of the known Corona Virus symptoms while staying with us, so that we can take additional precautions.

For additional and up to date information please refer to Australian Government Department of Health ( https://www.health.gov.au )


If you think you might have COVID-19 because of recent travel or contact with a confirmed case, phone the Tasmanian Public Health Hotline, 1800 671 738.

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