COVID-19 Response



Visitor access guidelines

IMPORTANT: You will not be able to enter the village if you:

Masks are not required whilst in the facility

Resident social leave

Residents are required to complete a social leave form prior to leaving the facility.

At outings and excursions attended by residents ensure that the event complies with the current Gathering and Movement Public Health Order and no one at the event: 

COVID-19 vaccine information

The Australian Government and the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) have advised that the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, free, and voluntary, and strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated; people who have a COVID-19 vaccination have a much lower chance of getting sick from COVID-19.

In preparation for the residential aged care rollout, all aged care providers are required to obtain appropriate immunization consent from residents or their nominated representatives. To ensure consent is informed, residents, their family, carers and decision makers may wish to engage with their GP, or other health professionals to discuss the risks and benefits of the vaccine, and the clinical suitability of the resident to receive the vaccine.

We look forward to the COVID-19 vaccination rollout across Scalabrini and supporting residents and staff through the process.

Important reference information from the Australian Department of Health:

Information on COVID-19 Pfizer (Comirnaty) vaccine


Consent form for COVID-19 vaccination


Preparing for COVID-19 vaccination


Frequently Asked Questions


What to expect on COVID-19 vaccination day at your aged care facility


COVID-19 vaccine information in your language


After your COVID-19 vaccination


COVID-19 vaccine enquiries


Information Videos:

COVID-19 vaccines development time

This video describes how COVID-19 vaccines have been able to safely be developed and rolled out quicker than other vaccines

COVID-19 vaccination – How vaccines work

This video describes how vaccines work in the body after you receive a vaccination.

COVID-19 vaccines – TGA approval process

This video explains the complex process that the Therapeutic Goods Administration goes through when assessing and approving vaccines.

Australia's COVID-19 vaccine supply

This video explains Australia’s diversified vaccines portfolio; Australia has enough vaccines for everyone living in Australia.

Other information:

COVID-19 vaccines

News and information for Australians about the development, approval process and plans for COVID-19 vaccines.


Australian COVID-19 vaccination policy


COVID-19 vaccine rollout strategy


Visiting hours

Monday to Friday

Appointments not required  from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm


Please speak with the Village Manager

Public Holidays

Please speak with the Village Manager

Visitor Rules of Entry

  • Do you or anyone living in your home currently have any of the following symptoms:
    • Fever (37.5oC or higher)
    • Sore throat
    • Runny nose
    • Shortness of breath
    • Loss of taste or smell
    • Cough
    • Headache
    • Fatigue
    • Body aches or pains
    • Diarrhoea
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Loss of appetite
  • Have you or anyone currently living in your home:
    • Visited an area of concern in South Australia in the last 14 days? 
    • Returned from overseas in the last 14 days?
    • Visited any of the case locations identified by NSW Health?
    • Been in contact with someone who has received a positive test result for COVDI-19?
    • Been in contact with someone who is awaiting a test result for COVID-19?
    • Been in contact with someone who is suspected of having COVDI-19?
    • Been in contact with someone who may have been in contact with anyone who has or may have COVDI-19?

Measures in place to minimise risk

Scalabrini updates

Visitor Registration and Screening

Being Prepared

Staff Rules

Behind the Scenes Measures

Temperature Checks

COVID-19 status at our villages

COVID–19 symptoms

COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.

Older people (60+ years of age, or 50+ for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples) are more susceptible to getting sick with COVID-19. The risk of serious illnes, and death, increases with age, particularly those who have chronic illnesses or who may have a weakened immune system.

Most Common Symptoms:

Less Common Symptoms:

Serious Symptoms:

Source: World Health Organisation 

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