Beginning from 12:00PM today is the 3rd and final stage of the Northern Territory Government “Roadmap to the new normal” introduced on 30th April. While the majority of restrictions put in place to reduce the risk of Covid-19 spreading in the NT were lifted in Stage 2, stage 3 lifts restrictions on several outlying activities. Stage 3 now allows the public to attend activities and venues such as TAB’s, gaming facilities, theatres, nightclubs and bars (without requirement of consumption of food). Restrictions on beauty therapies and cosmetic services (including facial care) have also been lifted.
While restrictions are being lifted, the public is still expected to follow the key principals outlined in the roadmap. We must remember to maintain physical distancing, keeping 1.5 meters of space between you and others not known to you. Try to limit your face-to-face contact with other people to 15 minutes. We must also keep on top of our hygiene as well, avoiding touching you face, sneezing/coughing into tissues and washing your hands regularly. The above principals will help maintain a safe environment for everyone to enjoy.
North Management’s office re-opened officially on the 6th of May following stage 1 of the Roadmap, however, we still have several policies in place to keep our staff and visitors safe. Our internal policies relate to maintaining hygiene and cleanliness within the office and include policies around routine washing of hands and disinfection of high-traffic surfaces.
Members visiting our office are requested to sanitize their hands on entry and exit. Visitors must also maintain a physical distance of 1.5 meters between one another. These policies are in place for the protection of all staff and members and we appreciate that all visitors have been following these policies accordingly.
North Management would like to wish everyone safe celebrations for the final stage of the Roadmap to the new normal. Remember to work together and follow the key principals for hygiene and physical distancing, for you and your community’s safety.
For further information regarding Stage 3 of the Roadmap to the new normal, please visit the below page.