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Gold Coast Clinic Now Open. COVID-19 Update

Covid 19 Update

Dear Clients,

We would like to inform you of the extra safety precautions we are taking place at our clinic to minimise the threat of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We believe these strategies will make your visits to our clinic a much safer experience.

We have taken 3 main sanitary initiatives which we believe this will give you even more peace of mind. We will be closely monitoring the situation over the coming weeks and follow advice from authorities.

(Gold Coast Migraine has completed a certificate in Infection Control Training – COVID-19, Please hover over to view)

The 3 main sanitary initiatives are as follows:

We are upgrading our treatment head sheets to Complete Face Shields

With this initiative, if you have to lie face down on our treatment tables, we will place a newly developed, and disposable Face Shield which has scientifically proven to minimise the risk of spreading bacteria.

We have invested in 6 months’ worth of face shields and they should arrive in the next few days.

Hand Sanitisers

We are placing hand sanitisers in every room, including the reception. We advise for all patients to use this.

Cleanliness and Sanitizing the clinic

We are ensuring the sanitisation of the clinic are repetitively done throughout the day in order to keep the clinic sanitised.

With these 3 main sanitary initiatives, we believe this will give you even more peace of mind. We will be closely monitoring the situation over the coming weeks and follow advice from authorities.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Statistics

Use the date slider and see how Australia compares to the rest of the world in our vaccination efforts.

Source: Our World in Data

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Risk

The mortality risk from Covid-19 has also decreased significantly since the beginning of the Pandemic. The mortality rate in Australia is less than 2%.

Source: Our World in Data

Latest information from QLD Health

Keep up to date with all of the latest news and information, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination and progress, straight from the QLD Health News, twitter feed.

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