COVID-SAfe

Updated: Tuesdsay, December 1, 2020

As of Tuesday, December 1 the South Australian Government has introduced a COVID Safe Check-In, to enhance contact tracing and keep our community and your business COVID safe.

It is mandatory for all activities required to have a COVID-Safe plan to display their QR code from Tuesday 1 December.

As we have a COVID-Safe Plan for our Food Court, all dine in customers must Check-In.

When you arrive at the Food Court, you can check in by scanning the QR code displayed at each Food Court retailer or around the Food Court on your mobile phone.

Your information will be collected and stored securely in one place for 28 days, and only released to SA Health for official contact tracing purposes.

COVID Safe Check-In makes record keeping and contact tracing safe and easy.

A paper recording log is also avaialbe at each of the Food Court retailers for customers who don’t have a mobile phone.

For further information and resources

Visit the following websites for more information.

www.covid-19.sa.gov.au for the latest official health advice, news and information on current COVID-19 restrictions, support packages and the State’s Roadmap to Recovery.

www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au for more detailed advice on how to make your workplace as safe as possible for everyone, including limited sector-specific factsheets, posters and signs.

www.health.gov.au or www.sahealth.sa.gov.au for detailed health advice and guidance on health and infection control measures, including factsheets on COVID-safe cleaning.

www.openyourworld.sa.gov.au for advice and resources on how to promote wellbeing.

You may wish to contact your sector’s peak body or industry association for further guidance on how to operate safely.

You can also call the dedicated SA information line on 1800 253 787.

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Updated: Saturday, November 21, 2020

In line with the easing of South Australia Government restrictions, all retail is returning to normal trade at Mount Gambier Central, with physical distancing measures in place.

Our Food court has reopened, with physical distancing measures in place.

The majority of stores are back to trading normal hours, however we advise before visiting to check the Store Directoy as individual store trading hours may vary.   

SA Health have advised to protect yourself, your family and our community from COVID-19, to wear a mask whenever you can’t keep 1.5 metres away from other people.

Places you should wear a mask:

▪️shopping centres

▪️supermarkets

▪️hospital, health, or aged care sites

▪️on public transport.

Be COVID Safe.

For more information visit: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDmasks

We expect our employees, contractors, retail partners and customers to follow the advice of health authorities at all times. This includes the requirement for service providers to wear a face covering as directed by the SA Government.

To encourage customers to follow the advice of health authorities we have signage displayed throughout the centre and our centre and security COVID Marshals are on hand to remind customers of current restrictions.   

Cleaning and Hygiene

We apply the highest standard of cleanliness and hygiene at Mount Gambier Central. We have increased the routine cleaning of frequently-touched hard surfaces, including in car parks. We expect our retail partners to apply the same principles to their cleanliness and hygiene.   

If a retail partner becomes aware of any confirmed cases of COVID-19 within their customer facing teams in our centres, they must contact their local Westfield centre management immediately. We would then work with our retail partner and the relevant health authority to support any required public communication and advice on deep cleaning.   

We remind all customers to practice regular hand washing, use hand sanitiser and cover sneezes or coughs with your arm, not your hands. Hand sanitiser stations are located around the centre.   

If you have flu-like symptoms, you should seek your doctor’s advice and stay home.