covid-19 wage subsidy
Please complete the wage subsidy application below
covid-19 wage subsidy application
* From 11.59 pm 12 September household contacts no longer need to self-isolate. This means they can’t get the COVID-19 Leave Support Scheme because they can leave home to go to work. You can still apply for employees who were household contacts before 11.59 pm on 9 September 2022.
frequently asked questions
Please find a list of our most common COVID-19-related queries. If you have something more specific, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
When should I get tested for COVID-19?
You should only get a COVID-19 test if:
you have symptoms, or
you are a Household Contact
In Phase 3, PCR tests will be used for people who need it most, and rapid antigen tests (RATs) will become more widely available.
When should you get a test?
Rapid Antigen Testing
What do I do if I think i've tested positive for COVID-19 or I am a close contact?
If you are COVID-19 positive: You will have to self-isolate for 10 days (no change from Phase 2). This also applies to household contacts.
If a household contact tests positive during the initial isolation period, they will need to isolate for additional 10 days from testing positive. Household contacts must get a test on Day 3 and Day 10 of isolation.
I've tested positive...what do I do?
If you test positive for COVID-19, you will need to isolate for 10 days. You will be sent a text with a link to complete an online form, which will help identify locations you have visited and people you have come into close contact with.
You can leave isolation after 10 days — you do not need a negative test.
What happens if you test positive for COVID-19
How to self-manage COVID-19