Visitor restrictions eased for the hospital, Rosebank Nursing Home and Hostel

  • Last update: 12 midnight 26th February to all visiting patients or residents

Resident and Visitor Restrictions update for hospital, Rosebank Nursing Home and Rosebank Hostel

As you will be aware, the COVID-19 restrictions have eased further.

The new directives commencing 27th February regarding visitors into hospitals and aged care is that we can now allow visitors as listed below:

  • No restrictions on purpose, number or time of visits
  • Symptomatic individuals (e.g. sore throat), close contacts and returned international travellers excluded from visiting
  • Face masks must also be carried at all times and are mandatory when inside and outdoors when 1.5m physical distancing can not be maintained (unless a lawful exemption applies)
  • No visiting if you feel unwell, have any symptoms of COVID-19, have been in contact with anyone who is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past 14 days or if you have been directed to isolate or quarantine due to possible COVID-19 exposure
  • Wearing of a mask (we provide disposable ones at the aged care entry that we ask you wear whilst visiting) at all times whist in Rosebank
  • Maintaining social distancing of 1.5 M during your visits
  • Hand hygiene on entering and leaving Rosebank, and at any other times that may be required whilst visiting
  • All visitors to complete the visitor declaration form on arrival and entering time of departure when leaving.

Should you require further information regarding COVID-19, please refer to the

Commonwealth Department of Health website:

Victorian State Government website:

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