Emergency phone numbers for Lower Eyre Peninsula
Hospitals and Emergency Map
National Emergency Request
Ambulance, Police or Fire.
From land line dial: 000
From mobile phone dial: 112
State Emergency Service: 132 500
ALERT: The Coronavirus or COVID-19 Pandemic Emergency Plan has been activated by the Australian Government
It is a respiratory virus. Symptoms to watch for
- Sore throat
- Shortness of Breath
Symptoms range from very mild to Life Threatening Pneumonia. If Symptoms Develop you should immediatley stay indoors, isolate yourself and call your Doctor or Health Direct on 1800 022 222 for an Assessment. If you feel the situation is more serious call 000. Accuratley share your travel history with healthcare providers, Do not leave your home until you have received Advice from a doctor
For General Information the Australian Government has a Health Information Hotline at 1800 020 080
How to Protect Yourself from Corona Virus
Wash your hands often and thouroughly following contact in public areas such as Trolleys, Toilets, Door knobs, and other people.
Cover your mouth and nose when you Cough or Sneeze with a Tissue then dispose into a bin
Face Masks in public offer some protection however this is not full protection
Some people recover easily, others may get very sick very quickly. Keep in mind that even if you have mild Symptoms this can be deadly to others
Corona Virus in Lower Eyre Peninsula
For More Information
COVID 19 Information from the Australian Government
When and Where to get help in Lower Eyre Peninsula
Phone 18 00 55 18 00
Except maybe your Home Work
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Poisons Information Centre
13 11 26
24 Hour service staffed during business hours leave a message after hours
Public Health Emergency
The Australian Government Health Information hotline Phone: 1800 004 599
(This Critical Emergency Phone Service is open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm AEST)
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Covid Update from Steven Marshal 30th June 2021
COVID-19 update: New restrictions and recommendations for SA
Five new positive COVID-19 cases linked to the Northern Territory outbreak have been detected in South Australia.
To ensure we stay ahead of the highly transmissible Delta variant, new restrictions and recommendations will come into effect today.
The following restrictions apply in Metropolitan, Barossa, Fleurieu Peninsula, Mt Barker and Adelaide Hills areas in South Australia:
- Home gatherings are capped at a maximum at 10 people per house hold;
- Masks are highly recommended in indoor public areas and on public transport; and
- If possible, it is recommended that people work from home, if physical distancing cannot be maintained in the workplace, unless they are essential workers.
We have listened to the expert advice, and are taking immediate action to keep South Australia safe and strong.
It is essential all South Australians use QR codes (or manual check in system if not available) to check in at all relevant locations. And If you experience even very minor symptoms, get tested for COVID-19. A full list of restrictions and more information will be available at the government's COVID-19 website: www.covid-19.sa.gov.au.
Steven Marshall MP
Premier of South Australia
South Australia Emergency Numbers
Mental Health Assessment and Crisis Intervention Service
This service can provide advice and information in a mental health emergency or crisis situation and is staffed by mental health clinicians, The service can assess and refer to acute response teams where appropriate.
Phone 13 14 65
SA Health Alcahol and Drug Information Service
Are you worried about your own alcahol or other drug use? Are you concerned about a friend or relative or a teenager's alcahol or drug use? are you wanting more information or need someone to talk to about this?
1300 13 1340
Lower Eyre Peninsula Local Emergency Contacts
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