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Covid-19 Update: Changes to Roberts & Morrow Office Entry

Date: 14 October 2021

14 October 2021

Relevant for NSW ONLY – The requirements set out in this communication are subject to change.

With the NSW Government releasing the new Public Health Order effective 11 October 2021, we wanted to provide an update to our valued clients and visitors to our offices.

The health and safety of our employees and clients is of the utmost importance to Roberts & Morrow. Since the start of the pandemic, control measures have been put in place to mitigate the potential risks of COVID-19 and to keep our business premises safe.

The NSW Government has advised that along with ongoing COVID-19 QR code check-ins, proof of vaccination is required for clients attending business premises as of 11 October 2021.

Following this Public Health Order, upon entry to any Roberts & Morrow office, clients/visitors must now provide evidence that they have had at least 1 dose of a COVID-19 vaccination (but must be fully vaccinated by 1 November 2021). This evidence is to be sighted upon entry by Reception staff or Partners, however will not be recorded.

If clients/visitors are unable to provide evidence that they have had at least 1 dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, unfortunately we are unable to permit them to remain on the premises and meetings will need to be conducted online.

These are interim measures, we are working with the Public Health Order directives and the easing of restrictions as announced by the NSW Government. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide further guidance as it becomes available.

We thank you for your continued patience during this time. If you have any questions or concerns, please email our Operations Team by emailing operations@rm.net.au.

You can also book an online meeting by emailing enquiries@rm.net.au, or by calling our reception team on the following numbers

Tamworth: 02 6768 1111

Armidale: 02 6774 8400

Glen Innes: 02 6739 7600

Narrabri: 02 6792 9700

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