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  • The Northern Territory Government has updated their website and the Greater Brisbane region is no longer declared as a COVID-19 hotspot.

    For full information regarding mandatory quarantine and COVID-19 testing please refer to the NTG update:

    https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/updates/items/2021-01-11-greater-brisbane-revoked-as-a-hotspot

  • Effective immediately the Northern Territory has declared the Greater Brisbane region a hotspot.  This includes council areas of Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Moreton Bay and Redlands.

    This supports the rapid action taken by the Queensland Government to do everything they can to trace and trap in the Greater Brisbane region.

    Anyone arriving into the Territory as at 9.15 am Friday 8th January 2021 from these locations are required to enter mandatory quarantine. Mandatory quarantine will be at your own cost and in an approved Northern Territory facility.

    All staff and students that have entered the Northern Territory from 2nd January 2021 to 8th January are highly recommended to self-isolate and organise to be COVID-19 tested. 

    The Northern Territory Government webpage details further information related to the hotspot locations and requirements:

    https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/travel/quarantine/hotspots-covid-19

    Travelers must be aware of their responsibilities as per current NT Chief Health Officer COVID-19 Directions.

    Please don’t put the community at risk. Do the right thing. 

  • Charles Darwin University has implemented a COVID-19 contact tracing check-in system across all campuses in compliance with the NT Chief Health Officer direction number 56.

    QR code posters are clearly displayed at the building entry points across all campuses. All visitors and members of the public are required to check in to CDU premises for visits in excess of 15 minutes via the QR code which is the large barcode on the poster, or paper-based alternative. 

    COVID-19 Contact Tracing

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Charles Darwin University has implemented the NTG Territory Check in COVID-19 contact tracing app across all campuses in compliance with the NT Chief Health Officer direction number 56.

    The safe and easy way for you to record your visit with us and support NT Health contact tracing is:

    1. Download the Territory Check In app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
    2. Register your details (required for the first time only).
    3. Open the app, select ‘check in now’ and hover your smartphone camera over the venue’s displayed QR Code.
    4. Add in any additional people, without their own device or app.
    5. When the check in is complete, show venue staff the app successful check in screen.

    Failure to provide your contact information may mean that you will be denied access to a location or venue. 

    Everyone is required to check-in for visits of more than 15 minutes at the food outlets and libraries on CDU Campuses.

    The previously implemented restrictions of hand hygiene, social distancing and cleaning protocols are still to be maintained, in particular, please be mindful of 1.5m social distancing in the coffee shops. For a quick refresher review, the NTG ‘Slowing the spread’ guidelines.

    For more information related to the NTG contact tracing requirements please visit NTG-contact-tracing.

    NTG check-in app FAQs (PDF, 174.07 KB)

    CDU QR code check-in FAQs (PDF, 210.47 KB)

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