Some people may experience:
- Runny nose
- Sore throat
- Difficulty breathing
However, we are not experts so we strongly advise you to use the Health Direct (COVID19) Symptom Checker
National, State and Territory Health Services:
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ACT Health Services
NSW Health Services
NT Health Services
QLD Health Services
SA Health Services
TAS Health Services
VIC Health Services
WA Health Services
COVID 19 and Travel
International travel – Smart traveler
National restrictions – Department of Home Affairs
ACT Border restrictions – none at this time
NSW Border restrictions – none at this time
NT Border restrictions
QLD Border restrictions
SA Border restrictions
TAS Border restrictions
VIC Border restrictions – none at this time
WA Border restrictions
Restrictions on non-essential services; find out which non-essential businesses are impacted by the new restrictions on social gatherings
Support for Sole Traders, learn what your business can get and where to go for help.
Support for employers, learn what your business can get and where to go for help.
Support for companies, learn what your business can get and where to go for help.
Increasing the Instant Asset Write-off
Backing Business Investment
Increased and Accelerated Income Support
Early Access to Super
Supporting the Flow of Credit
Cash Flow Support
Apprentices and Trainees
Temporary relief for Financially Stressed Businesses
Assistance for Affected regions, Communities and Industries
Support for existing Government participants and applicants
State and Territory Information
State and Territory Grants and Assistance
The state and territory grants and programs available are:
We’ll update this list as more grants become available.
Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman COVID19 Info
The ASBFEO’s role is to support small businesses and family enterprises to enable them to grow and thrive.
The ASBFEO was launched on 11 March 2016 and has two key functions: to assist and to advocate for small businesses and family enterprises.
We understand the challenges facing small business owners. We provide access to dispute resolution services for those who may be involved in a disagreement, so they can try and find a solution to their problem without having to go to court.
There are a number of different activities the Ombudsman may conduct in fulfilling the role of small business advocate. Broadly these include:
- Conduct inquiries and research
- Work with other arms of government
- Contribute to other inquiries
- Promote good business practice
ATO COVID 19
In coordination with the Council of Financial Regulators (CFR), ASIC is focusing its regulatory efforts on challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On this page you will find the latest information on consumer rights, travel and event cancellations in relation to COVID-19. This will be updated regularly as new guidance is available.
The ACCC understands many businesses are struggling to manage cancellations at this time. Mindful of this we are urging consumers to remain patient, and where possible to contact the business by email or website, rather than by phone. These are very complex issues and may take smaller businesses more time to respond.
The ACCC is alert to any instances of unfair or unconscionable conduct on the part of businesses in dealing with consumers during the current crisis.
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