We understand that there is much uncertainty during this unprecedented time.
Our frequently asked questions may assist you in understanding how Cockburn ARC is responding to this situation.
Why is Cockburn ARC closed?
Cockburn ARC was closed following advice from the state and federal government departments. When will Cockburn ARC reopen?
This is part of a national response to limit the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) virus.
Cockburn ARC will await notification from the Department of Health.Where can I get further information about the closure?
We will then open when we are allowed to do so, and when we are fully comfortable that the centre is safe for our members and patrons.
Members and customers are encouraged to view information relating to Members, Swim ARCademy, Bookings and Sports provided on the homepage.What should I do if I have recently returned from overseas?
Where do I find out further information about COVID-19?
Anyone who has been overseas in the past 14 days or is a close or casual contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19 is at the highest risk of infection.
If you have been overseas in the past 14 days you must:
- Stay at home (self-quarantine).
- Avoid public settings – this means you should not attend work, school, childcare or university or go to other public places such as restaurants, cinemas or shopping centres and should not use public transport or taxis.
- Do this for 14 days after arriving in Australia (other than when seeking medical care).
- Only people who usually live in the household should be in the home. Do not allow visitors into the home.
- You should stay in a different room to other people as much as possible.
If you have any questions regarding COVID-19, we encourage you only to rely on reputable sources of information.
The trusted source of information as listed below is updated on a daily or frequent basis
There is also a national hotline specifically for COVID-19: 1800 020 080
WA Department of Health
Commonwealth Department of Health
World Health Organization