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Screenwest’s advice to the WA screen industry in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Screenwest has been asked if we have any specific advice to offer the Western Australian Screen Industry in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  As in all things relating to personal health, we believe that a pragmatic, informed approach is the best way to manage potential exposure and infection. This should include an awareness of the implications of possible infection transmission in the workplace and social situations.

Guidelines are rapidly changing and as such, we suggest you find the most up to date and relevant health and hygiene advice about the virus from both the Western Australian and Australian health authorities rather than rely on anecdotal discussions or social media.

This information can be found on:

The Government of Western Australia Department of Health Website

The Australian Government Department of Heath website

With rapidly changing travel guidelines for Australia in response to COVID-19, it is important to also monitor up-to-date information issued by government agencies as these could impact your return or entry into Australia.

General Coronavirus travel advice and information is available at:

smartraveller.gov.au

Specific information relating to your travel destination can be found on:

The Coronavirus COVID-19 page on smartraveller.gov.au

The destinations page on smartraveller.gov.au

 

Contact Screenwest

T: +61 8 6169 2100
E: info@screenwest.com.au

www.screenwest.com.au
www.filminwesternaustralia.com.au

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Posted 06 March 2020

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