Notice to Griffith Central customers in relation to Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19)
The health and safety of our patrons and staff are our number one priority in relation to the current health and safety risks associated with the Coronavirus(COVID-19).
We are closely monitoring the situation and staying across the official advice provided by the Australian Department of Health and NSW Health
We already pride ourselves on our hygiene standards, however, at this time as a precaution, we are implementing additional measures to reduce the risk and support a safe environment for all persons. In doing so, Griffith Central continues to undertake its business with minimal interruptions.
These additional precautionary measures include disinfecting ‘physical touch areas’ such as tables, chairs, door handles, lift buttons, lounges continuously during and after opening hours.
We have ordered hand sanitising stations which we hope to have in place later in the week.
In the food court, we are spreading tables out to increase the distance among them. Some tables will be removed to outer areas of the food court.
From a community and public health perspective we kindly ask that our patrons and staff assess their own health and that of the people they are closely associated with on a daily basis. If you start to feel unwell with symptoms such as a fever, sore throat, dry cough, headache, fatigue and nasal congestion or a runny nose, we ask that you refrain from attending the shopping centre and its surrounds.
Everyone should practice simple hygiene by:
a) Making sure to clean your hands thoroughly with soap and water, or use an alcohol based hand rub.
b) Covering your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue or a flexed elbow.
c) Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
We understand that some of you may wish to remain at home during this time, however we do encourage you to continue to support Griffith Central and our businesses. Your continued support will help us get through this challenging time.
Additional measures and procedures may come into effect as we continue to monitor the information from the relevant authorities and industry experts and we will update you accordingly.