COVID-19 Key Contacts
During the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, each level of government in Australia has a role to play. As the situation evolves, you need to know where to find accurate, up-to-date information and support services. Council supports Queensland Health as the lead agency responsible for responding to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We will ensure that we keep our community informed.
Council remains committed to serving the Isaac region through COVID-19. Keep up-to-date with information, local impacts and council’s response on our dedicated COVID-19 webpage.
Queensland Health is the state’s lead agency during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It is the best source of accurate, up-to-date information for Sunshine Coast
For general health and well-being, visit the Queensland Health website.
Or call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84).
Find detailed information – with easy-to-follow categories to chose from – on the Queensland Health's COVID-19 website:
- Latest updates (health directives, hot spots and media)
- Take action (prevention, social distancing, self-quarantine, fever clinics, contact tracing)
- Find the facts (treatments, support, FAQs and myths, translated resources)
- Sector specific links (information for First Nations, older people, pregnant/breastfeeding mothers, parents/children, people with disabilities and carers, industry, business, health professionals)
- Qld Health response (response plan and other government pandemic planning)
The 'Unite against COVID-19' campaign brings together state government, business communities and individuals:
The Queensland Government has prepared a collection of COVID-19 resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
Jobs Finder Queensland
An online portal connecting those who have lost their job due to COVID-19 with new job opportunities and access to free online training.
Queensland Human Rights Commission
Use the contacts below if you would like to talk to someone, about:
- sexual harassment, or
- human rights
Call 1300 130 670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about your options to make a complaint,
When the World Health Organisation announced COVID-19 as a pandemic, an alert was issued by the Australian Government Department of Health.
The government continues to manage the outbreak in Australia as a health emergency.
The situation continues to change rapidly. Keep up to date with the latest official medical advice, health information, initiatives and programs.
- Health alerts and current status
Daily case and situation updates, news and media, apps and resources, GP respiratory clinics and FAQs
Covid-19 response and new MBS online and telehealth
- Mental health
Head to Health trusted information portal and digital tools to help support mental health and well-being. Access support for yourself or others
- Symptom checker
Healthdirect online tool
- CovidSafe app
Helps keep the community safe from further spread through early notification of possible exposure
- Coronavirus Australia app
Up-to-date official information and advice about the situation at your fingertips
- Information and services to help you if you're affected by COVID-19
- World Health Organisation
Information from across the globe on the pandemic
- Centres for Disease Control and Prevention
Additional resources to plan, prepare and respond to COVID-19
Other useful links
- ACCC Scam Watch
News and alerts including current Covid-19 scams
- TIS National
Translation services for people who do not speak English
- Jobs Finder Queensland
Connecting Queenslanders to work and opportunities
- Domestic and family violence
Resources and links to support services
National free Australian health advice
|Australian Taxation Office Emergency Hotline||1300 654 687|
|Beyond Blue||1300 22 4636|
|Centre Link||13 74 68|
|Community Recovery Hotline (QLD)||1800 173 349|
|DVConnect Wommensline||1800 811 811|
|DVConnet Mensline||1800 600 636|
|Elder Abuse Hotline||1300 651 192|
|HealthDirect||1800 022 222|
|Kids Helpline 24/7||1800 55 1800|
|Lifeline||13 11 14|
|National Coronavirus Helpline||1800 020 080|
|Open Arms Veterans and Family Counselling||1800 011 046|
|Red Cross||1800 733 276|
|Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National)||131 450|