Your Safety & Wellbeing

Your Safety & Wellbeing

Arts Centre Melbourne’s COVIDSafe & Wellbeing Plan details our commitment to protecting your health, safety and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic when you come on site – whether you are a visitor, artist, presenter, team member or anyone else working with us.

Safety has always been our number one priority, now more than ever, with new layers of safety measures integrated to our everyday operations.

Please take a moment to review this information to understand our current health and safety protocols.

We look forward to welcoming you to the venue!

 

A woman using a hand sanitiser station at the front entrance of Arts Centre Melbourne

 

COVIDSafe principles

We all have a collective responsibility to keep each other safe. These basic principles must be adhered to throughout your time with us.

 

Ensure physical distancing, practice good hygiene, wear a face mask when unable to distance

 

COVID-19 hotspots

There are no COVID-19 incidents at Arts Centre Melbourne. In the event of an incident at Arts Centre Melbourne, it will be listed here.

Anyone who has COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms or is subject to a Department of Health direction in relation to an outbreak in Victoria or interstate must not attend Arts Centre Melbourne for any reason. For an up-to-date list of travel updates, exposure sites and more information on what to do visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/travel-updates

If this applies to you, please contact us to arrange tickets to an alternative performance or request a refund: tickets@artscentremelbourne.com.au

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