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COVID-19 Policy Updates from May 2022

In our commitment to the safety of our community, the team at Caboolture Physical Therapy Centre have been closely monitoring all COVID-19 health related directives and have been consistently working to ensure that all staff, clients, and visitors to our clinic comply with these directives.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our clients for their understanding and support in our efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. We ask that you please remain patient with us, we do not make these directives, but we are required to follow them.

Mask Wearing

From Friday 4 March 2022 masks are required in healthcare settings, residential aged care, disability accommodation, on public transport, in prisons, detention centres, airports and on planes. Masks are required by all staff, clients, and visitors to the clinic (irrespective of vaccination status).

Vaccinations

As of the 15th of December 2021, it is a requirement for any worker in healthcare who enters, works in, or performs services in a healthcare setting to have the prescribed doses to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

We are pleased to advise that the staff at Caboolture Physical Therapy Centre are compliant with this directive and have provided evidence of their vaccination.

Group Therapy

If you have not provided proof that you have received a double dose of your COVID-19 vaccination, you will not be able to participate in group therapy. Masks are required for all group therapy classes. If you are attending the gym, please follow the rules set by the facility.

Exemptions

What if I am exempt from wearing a mask?

If you are exempt from wearing a mask and have received your vaccination, your therapist will be wearing the appropriate PPE throughout your session.

What if I am unvaccinated?

You will be required to wear a mask and your therapist will be wearing the appropriate PPE throughout your session.

What if I am not vaccinated and have a mask exemption?

If you are not vaccinated and are exempt from wearing a mask, we have a telehealth service available.

Close Contacts

From Thursday 28 April 2022, there will be no quarantine requirements for close contacts as long as they:

Do not have COVID-19 symptoms, test negative every second day for a week from the day of becoming a close contact (day 0, 2, 4 and 6), wear a mask outside of home for 7 days, do not visit any vulnerable settings (hospitals, residential aged care facilities, disability accommodation services, corrective services facilities and detention centres) for 7 days, let their employer know they are a close contact, and work from home if possible.

You must not enter the clinic if you have COVID-19 symptoms.