On 13 October 2022 the  Victorian Pandemic Declaration ended, and the requirement for Victorians to isolate if they test positive to COVID-19 has been removed.

In line with the Victorian Government, Swinburne strongly recommends that any student, staff, contractors or visitors who test positive to COVID-19 should not attend campus for at least 5 days and until they are no longer symptomatic. 

Swinburne will no longer update our COVID-19 live news blog and publish positive case and exposure location data on our COVID-19 cases and affected site page.

Swinburne staff and students are no longer required to formally notify the university if they have tested positive for COVID-19 and attended a Swinburne site during their infectious period. 

You are encouraged not to attend campus if you are feeling unwell, or have any cold or flu like symptoms. See our COVID-19 protocols and guidelines for studying and working safely on Swinburne campuses.

Higher Education students: please contact your unit convenor if you need academic support.

Vocational Education and Training students: please contact your unit convenor or teacher if you need support.

Staff: please inform your line manager if you need support to work from home.

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    Information for students in Australia

    See frequently asked questions around COVID-19 on enrolment, fees, student support, assessment and special consideration for students in Australia.

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    Information for students overseas

    Find answers to questions on admissions, visas, fees, study load, enrolment and support for students who are starting their study at Swinburne from overseas in Semester 2 2022 due to delays in visa processes.

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    Information for staff

    See our COVID-19 principles for working on campus, managing visitors and contractors, and for access into the COVID-19 intranet hub for additional staff resources, FAQs and information.

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