New COVID-19 safety measures in place at Diabetes Tasmania
17 December, 2021

Update:
As of January 10, 2022, all Diabetes Tasmania staff will be working from home. Our face-to-face programs and services will be replaced with telehealth where applicable. Our telehealth services continue to operate as normal, meaning you will still have easy access to our health professionals.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Diabetes Tasmania: 6215 9000

 

As of December 20 Diabetes Tasmania will take extra pre-cautions to keep staff and visitors to our premises safe and help stop the spread of COVID-19.  

New requirements include:  

  1. All visitors* to the offices of Diabetes Tasmania in Hobart, Devonport and Launceston will be required to provide evidence of having received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or provide an exemption for a medical contraindication upon entry.  
  2. All visitors will also be asked to wear a face mask during their visit in the office. 
  3. All Diabetes Tasmania staff and volunteers will be required to wear a face mask when engaging in face-to-face programs or service delivery on our premises. 

For more information about the new requirements, click here.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Diabetes Tasmania: 6215 9000

 *Visitors: visitors include everyone who is not an employee or a registered volunteer with Diabetes Tasmania.  

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New COVID-19 safety measures in place at Diabetes Tasmania
As of December 20 Diabetes Tasmania will take extra pre-cautions to keep staff and visitors to our premises safe and help stop the spread of COVID-19.  
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Keeping our community and staff safe from COVID-19
All visitors to the offices of Diabetes Tasmania in Hobart, Devonport and Launceston will be required to provide evidence of having received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or provide an exemption for a medical contraindication upon entry. All visitors will also be required to wear a face mask whilst visiting the office. Furthermore, all staff will be required to wear a face mask when engaging in face-to-face programs or service delivery. 
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