Things to Remember When Considering a Visit to Pacific Epping

We can all play a part in keeping our community safe and healthy.

 

Considering a visit to Pacific Epping? Before you visit, we have put together a list of things you should consider, to ensure a safe and pleasant shopping experience. We all have a role to play in keeping our community safe and healthy.

 

BEFORE YOU RETURN TO PACIFIC EPPING: 

IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL PLEASE STAY AT HOME

If you have any of the symptoms, however mild, you should seek advice and get tested. To get further advice, call the 24-hour coronavirus hotline 1800 675 398 or your general practitioner.

The symptoms to watch out for are:

  • Fever
  • Chills or sweats
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Runny nose
  • Loss of sense of smell or taste

In certain circumstances headache, muscle soreness, stuffy nose, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea may also be considered. For more info please click here.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Avoid visiting the Centre at peak times. Before arriving please review the list of open retailers and individual conditions of entry located here. As restrictions have impacted all our retailers in different ways, you may find it will take a little longer for some of your favourite stores to return to business as usual. Pre-book restaurants, beauty and health appointments, and gym & fitness classes.

 

PLEASE WASH AND SANITISE YOUR HANDS

We are committed to maintaining exemplary hygiene measures at Pacific Epping. For your convenience, we have provided easy access to hand sanitisation stations throughout the Centre.

We ask that upon arrival to please sanitise your hands – even if you have only recently done so – and continue to do so regularly whilst in centre.

We also ask that you continue to adhere to the 20 second advice when washing your hands before eating, after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose, or after using bathroom amenities

 

PLEASE KEEP YOUR DISTANCE

Practice social distancing while visiting us in-Centre. We ask that you please take care to maintain an appropriate distance from those that are not in your immediate party. Read more

A minimum of 1.5m distance between persons should always be maintained. We have implemented signage in certain areas throughout the Centre to assist and guide you when you are required to queue.

All retailers will have on display at their entry or in their shop window, the maximum quantity of people allowed in store at any given time. We ask for your own safety, as well as the safety of other shoppers and our staff that you acknowledge and respect this number. This may mean that you may need to queue at an appropriate social distance before entering your favourite store.

 

PLEASE USE PROPER COUGHING ETTIQUETTE

If you are not feeling well, it is recommended for your own health, as well as the health of our community – that you stay home.

In the event that you are well and still find yourself needing to cough or sneeze when you visit, please use the inside of your elbow, handkerchief or tissue.

If using a tissue, please ensure it is disposed of appropriately and as soon as possible.

 

DINE-IN OR TAKE AWAY

As more of your favourite restaurants re-open, many are still restricted to serving takeaway and delivery only. Please feel free to grab a coffee whilst window shopping.

Those restaurants and cafés that are able to offer dine-in services are currently restricted to a maximum of 20 patrons and only where social distancing can be maintained between parties. We ask for your continued patience and understanding whilst our retailers discover the best way to service our customers during this time.

 

PLEASE REMEMBER TO BE KIND

We are all experiencing and coping with significant changes following the outbreak of COVID 19. For some of our stores, this may have resulted in restricted access to stock, limited trading hours or reduced services.

We are all trying our best to return to business as usual in these trying times. Please be mindful while in centre to be courteous and kind to centre staff and other guests.

 

If you would like further information about what you can do to help stop the spread, please visit:
https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/how-to-protect-yourself-and-others-from-coronavirus-covid-19