Symptoms of Coronavirus
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Informing Frazer-Nash that you are ill and/or self-isolating
If you are unable to work due to sickness, the usual notification process applies. Please inform your line manager as soon as possible. The PAPs on sick leave can be found here: UK – PAP1060; AUSPAP1060.
If you are off work and self-isolating, please inform your line manager as normal AND the Human Resources Team on email@example.com. This ensures that our reporting and wellbeing activities are coordinated.
What to do if you or a family member has symptoms:
- If you live alone and you have symptoms of Coronavirus illness (COVID-19), however mild, stay at home for 7 days from when your symptoms started. (See ending isolation section for more information)
- If you live with others and you or one of them have symptoms of Coronavirus, then all household members must stay at home and not leave the house for 14 days. The 14-day period starts from the day when the first person in the house became ill
- Read the full guide here.
Use the online NHS111 COVID-19 questionnaire for advice and only phone NHS111 if your symptoms get worse. Do not go to your GP or hospital unless advised to by NHS111.
Advice in other parts of the UK
With effect from Monday 16 March 2020, gatherings of more than 500 people will be stopped in Australia. This does not apply to schools, universities, public transport or airports.
In addition, advice from the Australian Government is that only essential overseas travel should be undertaken regardless of destination. The Australian Government has issued the following advice:
Travel to America – Defence work
The International Visits Control Office (IVCO) has informed us that only business critical visits will now be accepted because of COVID-19.
Please ensure that any visit requests being submitted to IVCO for the United States are ‘Business Critical’ and cannot be rearranged, delayed or take place via other means such as conference calls. Please liaise with your host to ensure that your visit falls into this category and is still going ahead.