From 6.00 am, 15 April 2021, restrictions ease across Queensland. You do not need to wear a mask anywhere on campus if you can maintain physical distancing of 1.5 m. Please wear a mask in busy places where you cannot physical distance, or there is an existing health and safety requirement to do so (such as in clinical settings).
Please visit your supporting information site for further details.
Your health, safety and wellbeing is our number one priority.
Please check your emails for further updates.
Griffith University continues to take the threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19) seriously.
A specialist team is in place to manage our response to the virus, following the advice of government and health authorities.
This website is being reviewed regularly and will include the latest information for students and staff on any impact on University operations.
Return to campus
We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely, so that we can adjust our Return to Campus plans if necessary.
Students have the flexibility to continue their studies online for the remainder of the trimester, should they wish.
The approach takes into consideration physical distancing requirements in classes, laboratories and around our campuses.
The safety, health and well-being of students, staff and the wider community is our key consideration in managing a campus return.
Staff should check with their manager about campus working arrangements.
For the latest information: visit the Queensland Government border restrictions webpage.
If you are planning to travel interstate, please continue to monitor government webpages for any changes in the approach to borders and returning to Queensland.
As a reminder, there is no Staff travel for University purposes to declared hotspots.
Public resources and further information
- Symptom checker
- Queensland: Queensland Health
- Australia: Department of Health
- Australia: Chief Medical Officer
- International: World Health Organisation
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Contact Health and Medical Services
PLEASE NOTE: Telehealth consultations are now available. Please book online or contact your desired location.
- (07) 5552 8734
- Level 1, Student Centre (G33)
- University Drive, Southport QLD 4215
- (07) 3735 7299
- Level 1, Sewell (N12)
- Kessels Road, Nathan QLD 4111
Gold Coast and Nathan
National Home Doctor Service
- 137 425
13 HEALTH is a confidential phone service that provides health advice to Queenslanders.
You can phone and talk to a registered nurse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the cost of a local call.
- 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84)
Allianz Global Assistance offers OSHC and OVHC Visitors Plus members a service that allows you to speak to a qualified doctor 24/7 via phone or video call.
See their website for more information about this free service.
For all medical emergencies, call 000 (triple zero) for ambulance from any phone or 112 from a mobile. Then report the emergency to Griffith security, call 3735 7777.
Visit the emergency room of nearby public hospital (free emergency care to Australian residents):
- The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital at Cnr Kessels Rd and Troughton Rd, Coopers Plains
- Princess Alexandra Hospital at 199 Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba
- Gold Coast University Hospital at 1 Hospital Blvd, Southport