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From Friday 15 October 2021 onwards, two visitors per day are allowed in NSW & ACT residential age care facilities in areas that are not currently under stay-at-home restrictions. From this date, residents can also leave the home to attend small family gatherings.
There are still some restrictions within this, as advised by NSW & ACT Health. They are:
- You cannot visit any homes if you have been in a stay-at-home area in the last 14 days and are not an essential visitor.
- All visitors aged 12 years and over to all aged care facilities must have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before their visit unless they can provide a COVID-19 medical contraindication certificate, or the visit is for end of life.
- Children under the age of 12 will not be permitted to enter an aged care facility.
- Aged Care residents leaving the home to attend small family gatherings must follow the current Public Health Orders and not go into an area that is currently under a stay-at-home Order.
Please note that all staff and essential visitors/contractors must always wear a face mask in a residential aged care facility.
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