COVID-safe precautions

How to keep our campus free of COVID

Various COVID-safe precautions support an effective working and studying on-campus environment.

1. Physical health

Avondale strongly encourages health habits that assist in building a strong personal immune system. This includes nutrition, emotional and psychological wellbeing, and lifestyle choices.

2. Vaccination

To keep yourself and others safe, Avondale strongly encourages staff members and students to consider vaccination.

3. Stay at home if sick or experiencing the mildest of symptoms

Do not come to campus if you are unwell. If you are unwell or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, you must not attend campus. Stay at home to avoid putting others at risk.

4. Physical distancing

Help reduce the risk of COVID-19 or other respiratory infections by staying 1.5 metres away from other people where possible and avoiding close contact with people you do not live with. 

Along with vaccination, wearing a mask and good personal hygiene, physical distancing can help keep us all safe.

5. Hand hygiene

Maintain good personal hand hygiene to minimise the chances of transmission.

Practise good handwashing and cough/sneeze etiquette to minimise the chances of transmission.

Hand sanitiser is provided across campus outside bathrooms.

6. Face masks

Wearing a face mask indoors on campus is an option to reduce risk. Learn about your guide to face masks and when it is recommended you wear a face mask.

7. Public health advice or orders

Avondale will continue to be guided by Government and NSW Health advice or requirements of Public Health Orders.