There are new interim measures for guests and staff at Managed Isolation Facilities.
Last updated: 1 February 2021
During the stay in managed isolation
- From 12 noon 30 January 2021, once guests in managed isolation have had their 11/12 day test, they are required to stay in their rooms until they get a negative test result and are advised they can depart the facility. This means they are required not to leave their room to take exercise or smoking breaks.
- Mental health and support services will continue to support returnees in their rooms.
Following departure from the Pullman managed isolation facility
- Guests remain able to depart the Pullman Managed Isolation Facility. Guests can use public transport to get home wearing a mask.
- From 28 January 2021, guests departing managed isolation at the Pullman are being asked to have a day 5 post-departure test and stay at home until the day 5 negative test result is returned.
- From 29 January 2021, guests departing managed isolation at the Pullman will be contacted by phone daily to check in and provide a reminder about the day 5 test requirement.
- Any guests who become symptomatic following their departure need to self-isolate stay at home away from others in the household and get an additional test.
- When leaving the facility, or their home to have a test, guests are being asked to wear a mask.
Staff working at Pullman Managed Isolation Facility
- As an interim measure, until 14 February 2021, or otherwise advised, staff working in managed isolation at the Pullman are being asked to undergo twice weekly testing.