Community Update – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The City continues to monitor the advice from State and Federal government in relation to the provision of services.
As a community we need to continue to look out for the more vulnerable groups in times like these in the face of COVID-19.
With the Federal Government enacting the Coronavirus Emergency Response Plan the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is taking necessary steps to prepare and support participants and providers.
There is an abundance of resources and information currently available for people with disability that can be accessed through these NDIS National Disability Insurance Scheme links:
The NDIA have also created easy to read information sheets with Frequently Asked Questions:
For all of the most up to date information please visit the HealthyWA website:
or see advice from the Australian Government Department of Health on:
Foodbank and The Soup Van are in desperate need of supplies and we are encouraging anyone who can spare some food to please give generously. These services give help to some of the most vulnerable members of our community.
Donations can be dropped off at both locations. The InTown Lunch Centre is located at 52 Wittenoom Street and you can find Foodbank Bunbury at 5 Clifford Street, Davenport.
We recommend calling first due to social distancing practices.
InTown Lunch Centre 9791 4214
Foodbank Bunbury 9726 2362
The City of Bunbury would also like to remind the community to please stay home.
Please only go out if it is absolutely essential and practice social distancing at all times.
The safest thing any of us can do right now is stay home.
Link to latest WA COVID-19 stats https://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/…/Coronavir
Think ‘we’ not ‘me’.
We are all in this together!