COVID-19 latest information for students and staff

Updated 17 June 2021

Key developments

  • From 1.00am Saturday 19 June, all travellers entering Queensland from any state or territory other than Victoria, will require a QLD Border Declaration process. Visit www.qld.gov.au/border-pass for details.
  • You can only enter Queensland without completing a Queensland Travel Declaration if you are:
    • a Queensland or New South Wales Border zone (blue on the map) resident who has only been in the New South Wales border zone or Queensland in the last 14 days and you enter Queensland by road (if you enter by air or sea you will need to make a declaration). You must not have been to an interstate exposure venue or COVID-19 hotspot in the last 14 days.
  • Teaching and other workplace spaces are setup to cater for 1.5m physical distancing requirements. If this distancing is not possible, wearing of masks is mandatory.
  • The University remains open and operating with all required COVID safe practices as per NSW Health and QLD Health Departments advice.
  • Staff, including security staff, will continue to monitor spaces to ensure social distancing. If you are not adhering to social distancing requirements, you will be asked to leave the campus.

It is important to recognise that COVID-19 remains an active concern and consequently the University will continue to take the appropriate steps to ensure the health and safety of staff, students and visitors to our campuses.

 

If you need to contact the University because your situation is affected by COVID-19, please use this dedicated emailSCUAssist@scu.edu.au.