At ANU we are one community, and in the face of adversity we look after and look out for one another. On this page you'll find up-to-date information about the wide range of actions we are taking to ensure the wellbeing and welfare of our community.
To support you and the community’s safety, please contact CommunityWellbeing@anu.edu.au if you have a case under assessment (have been tested) or have a confirmed positive result for COVID-19.
ACT Health provides up to date public health advice at the webpage at this link symptoms and getting tested.
People who have been tested for COVID-19 need to stay at home in isolation until they get their test result, and until their symptoms have resolved.
Importantly, if in the past 14 days, you meet the following criteria ACT Health advises that you should remain in quarantine and you must still complete your full 14-day quarantine period as advised by ACT Health, even if you get a negative test result.
- Returned to Australia from overseas
- Been in Victoria
- Visited a high risk NSW venue
- Had close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case