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Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response, precautions and services

Thank you!

to our wonderful essential staff, volunteers, families and customers for your work, your support and kindness in these challenging times.

Wesley Mission Queensland has adopted a highly precautionary and preventative approach to the prevention, control and management of COVID-19, based on the latest and best medical advice.

Extensive infection control and hygiene management systems are in place and our Coronavirus Response Committee is receiving regular updates from public health officials.

All WMQ staff, volunteers and contractors are now vaccinated in line with Queensland Health’s direction.

Please be assured that we remain committed to our long-standing service to the community and to clients in need and, where possible, we will continue to operate all essential services.

For further inquiries, please contact Wesley Mission Queensland on 1800 448 448.

This page is being updated regularly. Last update - 3:00pm (AEST), Friday 18th August 2022.

Visitor rules - all Wesley Mission Queensland sites

To protect our clients, their families and staff, Wesley Mission Queensland has implemented a range of infection control procedures and restrictions across our services to minimise the spread of COVID-19.

While we continue to provide services to all clients, extra precautions may be required for those who are unvaccinated.

In addition to the infection control procedures and restrictions in place at each of our services, we ask that you please do not enter a Wesley Mission Queensland site if you:

  • are suffering from flu-like symptoms or are unwell,
  • have been in contact with a case of COVID-19,
  • are subject to a home quarantine order or awaiting a COVID-19 test result.   

If you have any questions or concerns about entry requirements, please contact the relevant service.


COVID Recovery (Border Communities) Service

The COVID Recovery Service funding ceased in December 2022. Small business owners and individuals in Queensland who are experiencing distress and deterioration in wellbeing from COVID can still access support via our range of mental health services.

Please visit our Mental Health Services page for more information or contact us on 1300 673 140.

Coronavirus Health Hotline

1800 020 080

 (operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you require translating or interpreting services, call 131 450).

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