Work Placement Delayed - What to do?

The Work placement may be temporarily banned following the PM's statement on Thursday (19 March 2020)

The PM stated the following - 

  • Aged care: Residents of aged care homes will only be able to have one visit per day, of no more than two people

  • Gatherings: Indoor gatherings of more than 100 people are banned, with exceptions

  • Social distancing: A renewed call for Australians to stay 1.5 meters away from others

  • Shopping: A plea to end "un-Australian" panic buying

  • Schools: To remain open, for now

  • Travel: The Government recommends abandoning international travel

It is expected that the government will have a necessary solution for the work placement once the COVID-19  spread slows down and the state will not be in limbo for too long. Everyone should act together, stay calm, be patient  and help each other to overcome

this once in a century case.

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