Like other cities and towns around the world, our community has been feeling the ripple effects of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s been a very difficult time for many people and we understand there is a heightened level of anxiety for some, particularly about grocery availability and safety in public areas.
We want to reassure people that Council is doing all it can to protect the wellbeing of our customers, our community and our staff. This is our highest priority. Representatives from our operational and functional teams have been regularly coming together to discuss our response to COVID-19 and put the appropriate measures in place to help protect the wellbeing of our customers and the community.
We’re closely monitoring the latest advice from health authorities including the Chief Medical Officer, Australian Government Department of Health, NSW Health and the World Health Organisation (WHO), and will act accordingly.
As the situation evolves, we’ll continue to monitor advice from NSW Health about public gatherings, particularly in regards to access to public facilities and Council meetings. We encourage you to stay up-to-date with the latest information and advice from:
- NSW Health
- Australian Government Department of Health
- What you can and can't do - Regional and Rural NSW
Local testing sites
For all local COVID testing sites, please see here. From Thursday 15 July, a pop up testing clinic will be held at Albion Park Showground, 8am-4pm, 7 days a week. Please see map for traffic flow here.