If you are diagnosed with COVID-19 outside your home, you must return directly home or to a hotel or other premises suitable for you to reside, either in an ambulance, your personal vehicle or via a taxi or ride-share services but you must wear a mask.
If you are in hospital for medical treatment, once discharged you must directly travel home or to your hotel or other place of residence.
You must not leave your place of self-isolation unless it is for the purpose of obtaining essential medical care or supplies, or to avoid injury or illness, or to escape a risk of harm.
While you are self-isolating, you should arrange for on-line delivery of essential supplies or rely on family, friends or neighbours to organise the delivery of food and essentials to your home. You should only leave your home to obtain essential medical care or essential medical supplies when alternative delivery arrangements are not available or not practical in the circumstances.
If you are in self-isolation and need help getting food or other essentials you should call the Community Recovery Hotline on 1800 173 349.