Advice on Restrictions and Managing COVID in the Workplace
Australia’s federal, state and territory governments are gradually easing restrictions around public gatherings, how businesses can operate, and regional travel. The pages linked below summarise our understanding of current government responses and do not replace the government’s formally issued advice.
When considering which advice is applicable to you, note that local State/Territory regulations take precedence over Commonwealth instructions.
**Please note that the Australian government responses to Covid-19 are changing regularly and remain the authoritative source for what is and isn’t permitted.
State & Territory Specific information
- ACT – updated 19 January 2023
- New South Wales – updated 19 January 2023
- Queensland – updated 19 January 2023
- Northern Territory – updated 19 January 2023
- South Australia – updated 19 January 2023
- Victoria – updated 19 January 2023
- Western Australia – updated 19 January 2023
- Tasmania – updated 19 January 2023
The following information may also be useful:
COVID-19 Information, Help & Support
COVID-19 Health Updates
Australian Government – Essential information, latest announcements
Australian Government Department of Health website – For the latest information about COVID-19 in Australia.
The World Health Organisation – Provides daily updates, information and guidance about the global outbreak.
Australian Government – Support for Business – including Companies, Sole Traders and Employers (JobKeepers Allowance, JobSeekers Allowance, etc.)
Australian Tax Office – Information about ATO measures and tailored support during COVID-19
Treasury – Economic Response to the Coronavirus
Fairwork Australia – Coronavirus and Australian workplace laws
Business.gov.au – Coronavirus information and support for businesses
Australian Competition & Consumer Commission – Understanding Small Business rights and obligations under Australian Consumer Law during COVID-19.
KPMG – A list of government grants available to assist private, mid-market and family businesses affected by the impacts of COVID-19 (document at bottom of their webpage).
Resources for teaching online
Many studios and teachers are beginning to set up online sessions and classes for their clients, as social distancing and government restrictions impact business. This may be a steep learning curve for some teachers so the page linked below has useful resources to help you set up.