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COVIDSafe Update November 2022

Your COVID Safe protocols at Canberra Potters

Covid cases are increasing in the ACT. Canberra Potters continues to be guided by ACT Health and remains at a risk Level 2.

Face masks have been an essential tool throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in stopping the spread of the virus.

Wearing a face mask can help protect you and those around you.

Face masks can stop viruses spreading in the air when you talk, cough, sneeze and laugh, which lowers your chance of spreading or catching the virus.

The Canberra community is encouraged to continue to stay COVID Smart, including wearing a face mask on public transport and in public indoor spaces if you can.

Masks are also strongly recommended in indoor public spaces for people who have tested positive to COVID-19 if they need to leave the home, and for household contacts of people with COVID-19.

Masks are strongly encouraged for visitors in the Shop and Gallery. Staff will continue to wear masks in their retail capacity.

All classes will continue to operate, where practicable, with doors and windows open and air conditioning on fan or cool to maintain effective air flow in Workshops.

Class participants are required to take a 10 minute break during class time.

Our teachers are strongly encouraged to wear masks. Students are invited to discuss the continuation of mask wearing with their teacher and fellow class members.

Canberra Potters preference is for participants to continue to wear masks in class. We do note particular classes may have members with underlying health concerns and we ask fellow students to respect their needs and continue to wear masks.

  • We remain at Level 2 of our COVID Response Plan - Moderate Risk
  • You may enter the premises if attending for legitimate purposes such as attending a class or visiting the shop or gallery.
  • Wearing of masks while inside our premises is strongly recommended.
  • Do not attend our facility if unwell.
  • Follow ACT Health advice.

Watch ACT Chief Health Officer Kerryn Coleman’s update from November 11 here