Update: Bundoora Service

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UPDATE: BUNDOORA SERVICE RE-OPENS
18 August

We welcome the news that Niño Early Learning Adventures Bundoora reopens from 18 August. This follows the earlier correspondence issued on 31 July regarding the closure of Niño Early Learning Adventures Bundoora,

Niño Early Learning Adventures Bundoora has worked closely with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and our families to ensure all the appropriate steps have been taken in line with the Government’s health advice, with the DHHS providing clearance for our service to reopen from today.

At Niño Early Learning Adventures, the health, safety and wellbeing of your children in our care, our families, our staff and the wider community remains our number one priority. We continue to review procedures and practices within our centres to ensure all government guidelines are being adhered to, as well as making changes based on our recent closure and further recommendations from DHHS.

Information about our broad response to COVID-19 and any latest updates can be found at our COVID-19 Info Hub at ninoela.com.au/covid-19-infohub.

We thank everyone for their ongoing patience and support during this time and look forward to welcoming our families to Niño Early Learning Adventures Bundoora.

Niño Early Learning Adventures Management

 

UPDATE: BUNDOORA SERVICE REMAINS CLOSED
31st July

On the 25th of July, Niño Early Learning Adventures advised our valued families at our Niño ELA – Bundoora Service that the centre would remain closed after we were advised of further cases amongst staff.

Our number one priority remains the health, safety and wellbeing of your children in our care, our families, our staff and the wider community.

The Company Managers and Centre Management Team continue to work closely with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to ensure all the appropriate steps are followed, including providing the Department of Health and Human Services with close contacts.

Further testing is being undertaken to determine whether there may be other undetected cases of COVID-19 linked to our Bundoora centre.

We have continued to keep families updated on this and we advised families on Saturday 25th July that DHHS had asked that children who attended the Bundoora facility between 6th and 17th July 2020, who have NOT been considered a close contact, undergo a COVID-19 test as soon as possible.

These children did not need to be in quarantine for 14 days, they were just required to have a one-off COVID-test. Of course, if any children/family members in this group are symptomatic, they should isolate at home while awaiting their test result.

We assure everyone that we are working with all relevant authorities necessary and will advise families when there is any further departmental advice required for our families and staff.

If families have any further questions or are unsure of the steps or guidelines in relation to being deemed in close contact or the recommendations around self-isolation and testing, please visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus or call the DHHS Coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398.

Information about our broad response to COVID-19 and any latest updates can be found at our COVID-19 Info Hub at ninoela.com.au/covid-19-infohub.

We thank everyone for their continued support and patience during this difficult time.

Niño Early Learning Adventures Management