The University is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and our response is being shaped by the latest advice from Australian health and foreign affairs authorities. Enrolments and classes are continuing.
Key information as at 20 November 2020
- The State Government has announced the state-wide “Stay-at-home“ Direction will be lifted from midnight, Saturday 21 November.
- Usual building access arrangements will be restored for all staff effective from 12.01am on Sunday 22 November 2020. Normal teaching and research activities will be able to resume.
- Campus facilities such as Hub Central, food outlets and the gym will open according to their usual operating hours. However, some retailers may take time to be fully operational.
- Social distancing requirements will continue to apply.
- The recommendation to work from home remains in place for the time being. Staff who are able to effectively undertake their work from home are expected to do so until otherwise advised. Staff whose work requires them to attend campus may resume normal working arrangements.
- Some student activities – such as exams and placements – that were postponed from Thursday 19 November, have been rescheduled and students have been notified of alternate arrangements.
- Further information about the state-wide lockdown can be found at the State Government’s COVID response website.
- It is important that our community adhere to the public health guidelines and government restrictions.
- Quarantine requirements remain in place for individuals who have COVID-19 or who are suspected to have COVID-19. Please follow SA Health advice.
- If you are affected by the quarantine requirements or travel restrictions, please call the University’s dedicated helpline on +61 8 8313 2882 or email us as soon as possible so we can assist you.