Shoalhaven City Council today closed a number of facilities in response to the Federal and State Government's latest advice on COVID-19.
The Ulladulla Leisure Centre Indoor Pool and Gym was closed at 12pm today (Monday).
The Ulladulla Sea Pool, however, is still open at this stage.
The Ulladulla Civic Centre will have restrictions its meeting rooms, but the Recovery Centre will continue to be open to the public as it is deemed an essential gathering.
The Recovery Centre will adhere to all social distancing measures implemented by the Federal Health Department within an enclosed space.
The Ulladulla Civic Centre's café is still operating but is restricted to providing a takeaway service only.
Council's community halls will temporarily be unavailable for hire, as council adheres to the Federal Health Department's regulations.
This includes buildings at showgrounds, community sporting facility building, public halls, community centres and school of arts centres.
Council has decided to close all community halls, due to uncertainty about private events adhering to current health regulations regarding social distancing.
The health and well-being of its customers is always at the forefront of council's moves and they want to ensure the community is safe.
Council has also provided resident with this guide.
Where can I find more information?
You can also find information on COVID-19 on the below links:
NSW Government - www.nsw.gov.au/coronavirus
SafeWork NSW - www.safework.nsw.gov.au
Federal Department of Health - www.health.gov.au
World Health Organisation - www.who.int
For further information, call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on
1800 020 080. The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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