COVID Community Information

Living with COVID means different things to different people. Star Health will help you as you begin to recover from your experiences of COVID. If you need support in getting going again, talk to us.

Information and helpful checklists on how to prepare to isolate are available at the below link. This could be for you or a household member. It also includes information on what to do if you receive a COVID-19 diagnosis, how to report a positive Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) and what to do if your symptoms become worse.

Alternatively, call the Coronavirus hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1800 675 398

If you are feeling unwell or have mild respiratory symptoms (e.g coughing, runny nose, fever) you can visit the Star Health GP Respiratory Clinic. Click here for more information and how to book to see a doctor.

Keep up to date with the latest COVID-19 information. It might help you to decide where or how you to re-engage safely in social activities or events.

Find the most reliable information around COVID-19 in your language and how to arrange an interpreter by Clicking Here

StarHealth has also developed a suite of resources in several language spoken commonly in and around our community. Click here to view them.