Logan City Council has launched an information resource to provide updates and support networks on regarding coronavirus.
The webpage is for those residents concerned about COVID-19 and provides links to official websites of trusted information, such as Queensland Health.
It details how council is responding to the pandemic and contains key information on how residents and businesses can access support from all levels of government.
The webpage is here
A council spokesman said the organisation was committed to supporting Queensland Health as the lead agency responsible for responding to the coronavirus threat.
"Our top priority is protecting the health and well-being of the community, our customers and our staff," the spokesman said.
To help achieve this, the Logan COVID-19 webpage also contains the latest information on:
- Any changes to council services
- Contact details for charities and essential services
- Guidance on business support
- Key health advice
- How to donate to help others
In recent days council made the decision to close a number of services and venues including libraries, swimming pools, Logan Art Gallery and council-run community centres and gyms.
These decisions were made in according with the federal government's latest advisories on public gatherings and social distancing.
A decision was also made to postponed or cancel a number of additional council-run or supported programs. They are Live Well Logan activities, KRANK April school holiday programs and the Move It Logan program.
All Council-run immunisations clinics remain open and operating as per published clinic schedules.
Some are being run out of council libraries as immunisation is an essential service.
Details are available on the Logan COVID-19 webpage.
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