|Zoom in for a Chat!
The first online chat with the State President this morning went really well, and everyone who participated agreed to conduct this fun catch up weekly. This initiative is designed to focus on “extending the hand of friendship” with CWA members to deal with everyone feeling isolated. #Forgetmenot
We would love you to be involved next time, so here are the meeting details:
When: Every Friday from 27 March 2020 (Excluding Good Friday)
If you have access to the internet on your computer or mobile phone, we would love you to join our State President Elaine for a weekly cuppa and a chat. You can either join the meeting by clicking on the link below, or you can open a Zoom session and type in the meeting ID: 643 944 786. This recurring meeting ID will be the same one used every week, so make sure you save it in a safe place. If you don’t have videoconferencing you can also dial in on your regular phone via one of the numbers listed below and then put in the meeting ID when prompted. We hope to see or hear from you each Friday!
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/643944786
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+61 2 8015 6011 Australia
Meeting ID: 643 944 786
As you know the State Office was temporarily closed on Monday, 16 March 2020. Please note that the main phone lines only manned for a few hours in the morning and in the afternoon. However, you can leave a message and we will attempt to return your call as soon as possible. We are living in unprecedented times, so please be patient.
If the matter is urgent (only) please contact:
Accounts Request to Branch Treasurers
We need to be aware that as the situation continues and self-isolation may become more restrictive, postal services may be affected. Also, staff may soon not be available to collect and process cheques.
If you have not forwarded your Branch Audited Financial Reports and documentation, please scan and email these to: email@example.com
Updated Social Distancing Rules
The following information is supplied from AHPPC (Australian Health Protection Principal Committee)
Recommendation on public gatherings – General Population – Indoor Gatherings
Safe food and utensil handling statement for catering
The primary transmission route for COVID-19 is person-to-person; it may therefore be transmitted via utensils or plates that have been handled by someone who has COVID-19.
Social venues, pubs, clubs and nightclubs
The total number of people in a venue, including staff, must be fewer than 100 per uninterrupted space and the four square metres per individual rule must apply.
For more information, please go to: https://www.health.gov.au/news/australian-health-protection-principal-committee-ahppc-coronavirus-covid-19-statement-on-18-march-2020-0
Government House Heritage Perth Open Day
ACWW South Pacific Area Conference
Please stay safe and well and have a happy weekend.