Surgical Masks are available at Berry Medical Centre for the novel coronavirus.
Surgical masks are recommended for people who have symptoms and might be infected with novel coronavirus to reduce the risk of transmitting the virus to anyone else whilst seeking medical advice.
Health care workers who are caring for patients with suspected novel coronavirus should use P2/N95 masks to protect against the virus. These must be fit tested and worn properly.
The masks are not recommended for the general population, only to those who have symptoms and are at risk.
Let our Reception know if you think you may be at risk, have respiratory symptoms or concerns, we are happy to help, and will provide masks free of charge
Patients are asked to report respiratory symptoms within 14 days of travel to mainland China, by calling your localĀ  Emergency Department and to arrange for testing.
People who have travelled in Hubei Province or had contact with a case must be quarantined at home for 14 days from last contact or date of departure. Additionally people arriving in Australia after 1 February from mainland China, including transit passengers, must self-isolate for 14 days after departing China.