Saturday, 11 July 2020
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Rules help families navigate new world

Rules help families navigate new world

A Kingborough family have found a creative way to help children and families in the community process information about the coronavirus. Alex and Oliva Rule, with their mother Miriam, are creating a series of videos about adjusting to all the necessary changes in daily life and tracking their journey throughout the global pandemic. Focussing on the children’s adventures with their friend...
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Fortress Tasmania

The past week has seen further changes to the restrictions on movement and businesses throughout Kingborough as the total number of coronavirus infections grows. One of the most recent cases was a tour guide from the company who hosted two interstate visitors who were diagnosed upon their return home. More information about the locations exposed to the tour group can be found on page 4 of this...
Harder measures introduced as pandemic continues

Harder measures introduced as pandemic continues

Kingborough residents need to be aware that public gatherings of more than two people are no longer permitted as the COVID-19 pandemic brings the implementation of tighter restrictions on movement and face to face interactions.The move is a swift reduction from the previous cap of no more than 10 people, announced only a few days previously.The public has also been advised to stay home as much...
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Dru Point story walk

Families and individuals from Kingborough who have been taking in some fresh air along the nature walk in at Dru Point lately, may have come across a series of new signposts hosting colourful picture plates with a story. This is the result of an initiative carried out by the Kingston Library, with support from Kingborough Council and funded by the Tasmanian Community Fund. Called StoryWalk,...
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Delivering kindness

Kingborough residents are stepping up to show their community spirit through the ongoing global pandemic. Emergency food relief is being made available to those isolating due to the COVID-19 pandemic (see page 3 for more details) and businesses across the municipality are introducing new delivery and pick-up options to also do what they can to help those practicing social distancing. Families...
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Preventative measures

Kingborough residents returning to Tasmania from mainland Australia or overseas will be required to self-isolate for 14 days after Premier of Tasmania, the Honourable Peter Gutwein MP, introduced a state of emergency on Thursday March 19. “This is a tough, but necessary decision to flatten the curve, putting Tasmanians’ health and wellbeing first,” said Premier Gutwein. “The quarantine period...

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