Information current at 13 October 2021
An outbreak can happen in any community whether in Darwin, the rural area or out bush. Coronavirus remains a risk and outbreaks can be very serious, especially for those of us who have other health issues.
The best way to keep safe and well is to get vaccinated and:
• Wash hands with soap or hand sanitiser often
• Cover your cough and sneeze
• Keep a safe distance from other people – 1.5 metres apart
• See your GP for your regular health check
What is Coronavirus (COVID-19):
• It is a disease caused by a new virus, like having the flu or a cold.
• It is mainly spread person-to-person.
• It is a serious illness and some people may have to go to hospital.
Signs and symptoms:
• Cough, sore throat, running nose, tiredness or fever (high temperature).
• Symptoms can be very mild or more severe.
• Some people who have Coronavirus have no symptoms but can still infect others.
Get up to date information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) at:
• Danila Dilba website www.ddhs.org.au
• Danila Dilba Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/DanilaDilbaHealth/
• Australian Government national phone line 24 hours/7 days a week 1800 020 080
• Northern Territory Government Department of Health https://health.nt.gov.au/health-alerts
8 July 2020
16 March 2020