The noticeboard is a place for community members to find the latest health news about activities, programs, training and education in Western Sydney.

Novel Coronavirus

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new virus that can cause severe respiratory illness. Symptoms like fever, coughing, sore throat and shortness of breath are known cases of COVID-19.

The virus can be spread from person to person, however with good hygiene infection can be prevented. To help reduce your risk of developing COVID-19 follow the healthdirect ‘How to avoid infection’ guide.

For more information visit our dedicated Novel Coronavirus webpage to stay up to date with the latest health news. You can also find useful resources and community information that has been specifically developed by NSW Health and the Department of Health (DoH).

If you’re needing medical advice or think you have symptoms of COVID-19, contact your local GP or call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.

We’ve collaborated with local organisations to improve the health of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members living with chronic health conditions. The NSW Knockout Health Challenge aims to help participants develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle. 

The Western Sydney Diabetes Support peer lead group will meet on Tuesday 3 May from 5:45pm to 7:00pm at Marayong House, 64 Falmouth Rd Quakers Hill to talk about topic: Care of the Feet. Contact Cathryn Ward to find out more about the group.