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One way to slow the spread of viruses, such as coronavirus, is physical distancing.

The more space between you and others, the harder it is for the virus to spread.

As states and territories ease restrictions, it is important everyone continues to practise physical distancing.

In public

Physical distancing in public means people:

  • keep 1.5 metres away from others wherever possible

  • avoid physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses

  • use tap and go instead of cash where possible

  • practise extra care if you are using public transport – read the guidelines (PDF, 165 KB).

  • avoid crowds – if you see a crowded space do not enter

  • avoid large public gatherings

  • practise good hygiene

  • stay at home if you have any cold or flu symptoms. Seek medical advice and get tested for COVID-19


Australians should check their state or territory government restrictions to find out more about the restrictions in place where they live. As states and territories move through the steps in the 3–step framework for a COVIDSafe Australia, restrictions will reduce.

If you are allowed to have visitors at home, you still need to maintain 1.5 metres between people from different households. Keeping visitors to a minimum will help to reduce the spread of the virus throughout the community.  

If someone in your household is sick with cold or flu symptoms, you should:

  • care for the sick person in a single room, if possible

  • keep the number of carers to a minimum

  • keep the door to the sick person’s room closed. If possible, keep a window open

  • wear a surgical mask when you are in the same room as the sick person. The sick person should also wear a mask when other people are in the same room

  • protect at-risk family members by keeping them away from the sick person.  If possible, find them somewhere else to live while the family member is sick

  • seek medical advice and have them tested for COVID-19



At work

You should work from home if it works for you and your employer. If you cannot work from home and you are sick, you must not attend your workplace. You must stay at home and away from others.

All workplaces must develop a COVID-19 plan in line with:

Safe Work Australia has resources for workplaces including information about workers’ rights.

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment website also has information for students, parents, education providers, job seekers and employers.

To protect yourself, your co-workers and your customers:

  • stop shaking hands to greet others

  • avoid non-essential meetings. If needed, hold meetings via video conferencing or phone call

  • put off large meetings to a later date

  • hold essential meetings outside in the open air if possible

  • promote good hand, sneeze and cough hygiene

  • provide alcohol-based hand rub for all staff

  • eat lunch at your desk or outside rather than in the lunch room

  • regularly clean and disinfect surfaces that many people touch

  • open windows or adjust air conditioning for more ventilation

  • limit food handling and sharing of food in the workplace

  • avoid non-essential travel

  • promote strict hygiene among food preparation (canteen) staff and their close contacts

In schools

If your child is sick, they must not go to school or childcare. You must keep them at home and away from others.

To reduce the spread of viruses or germs in schools students and staff should continue to practise good hygiene.

The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) has issued updated advice on reducing the potential risk of COVID-19 transmission in schools.

The AHPPC also issued a statement on risk management for re-opening boarding schools and school-based residential colleges.

For more information on school operations, visit the Department of Education, Skills and Employment website.


†What can I do to keep my workers safe at theworkplace and limit the spread of COVID-19?

Working from home

†Consider relevant state or territory advice and assess if working from home is reasonably practicable for your workers.

†Require workers to complete a self‑assessment checklist to ensure they comply with good ergonomic practices (an example is

†Appoint a contact person in your business that workers can talk to about any concerns. 

†Set up ways to communicate with workers online (e.g. through Skype or Zoom) and communicate with them daily. 

†Provide information to workers about the supports available to them, for example through an employee assistance program 

2. Physical distancing


†Put up posters around the workplace on keeping at least 1.5 metres distance between everyone at the workplace. 

†Erect signs at the entrances to lifts and meeting rooms to ensure the maximum safe capacity is not exceeded.

†Move work stations, desks and tables in staffrooms further apart to comply with social distancing.

†If possible, bring in shift arrangements so less staff are in the workplace at once. 

†Instruct workers to have meetings by phone or online instead of in person.

†If not possible, require they meet in a large space and keep meetings short.

†Review regular deliveries and request contactless delivery. Check systems for e‑invoicing are in place.

†Provide social distancing markers on the floor in areas where customers line up or where workers perform tasks. 

†Nominate a person on the work floor to be responsible for keeping everyone the required 1.5 metre distance apart in accordance with the latest government requirements

3. Handwashing and hygiene

†Have hand sanitiser stations at entry and exit points and around the workplace.

†Ensure bathrooms are well stocked with hand wash and paper towel.


†Put up posters with instructions on how to hand wash/hand rub.

†Instruct workers on other ways to limit the spread of germs, including by not touching their face, sneezing into their elbow, and staying home if feeling sick. †Have automatic alerts set up on computer systems to remind workers about washing hands and not touching eyes, nose and face

†Instruct your workers to limit contact with others– no shaking hands or touching objects unless necessary.

†If possible, accept only cashless transactions.

†Increase access to closed bins in your workplace.

†Put up signs to request customers only touch objects they are going to buy.

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