People entering the APY Lands regardless of the reason/s, MUST meet ALL of these minimum requirements (Entry Criteria) and be prepared to sign or verbalise a declaration that they have done so. The Intent is to ensure (as much as possible) the person is not infectedwith coronavirus disease.APY will be processing permits in alignment with the SA State Border restrictions and continue to work in partnership with SAPOL. Restrictions are outlined and updated on the website:https://www.police.sa.gov.au/covid-19-information
APY will NOT accept entry from anyone from a known COVID19 Hotspot
'Please dont visit unless it is essential and only if you have 'NO' symptoms including fever, chills, cough, sore thorat, runny nose, shortness of breath, or loss of taste or smell'
Thank You for respecting our wishes and helping us to Stay Safe!
APY will require all current Permit holders either Individuals and Organisations to indicate on the Health Record Status form, when they will be leaving and returning to the Lands.
The declaration can also be obtained verbally and without a signature by answering the questions on this page
It is only an 'individual' (or the accompanying adult in the case of a dependent child) who can verify their own health status. An organisation or family member/friend cannot complete the form on behalf of the person applying to enter.
Applicants are requested to please continue to fill in and send through the other requirements National Police Checks, Health Assessment and Risk Assessment along with your Permit / Notification application
The Health Status Forms must be submitted 72 hours prior to travel for assessment