In response to the current lockdowns in the Northern Territory, St John NT has adjusted its services in Darwin, Palmerston, Litchfield and Alice Springs as follows:
These services include:
First Aid Training - All classes across the NT have now been postponed and will be rescheduled. We will email you advice regarding the new training dates. At this stage, classes next week will be held as planned. Thank you for your patience as we reschedule classes. Training bookings can still be made online at http://stjohnnt.org.au/courses for any other enquiries please email email@example.com
First aid sales and services - Both our Winnellie and Alice Springs retail stores are now closed until next week. Customers may contact the store on firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers - Volunteer meetings in Darwin and Alice Springs have been cancelled this week. We will keep members informed as more information becomes available regarding events.
Community Education - All classes have been rescheduled.
Event Health Servicies - We are working with event organisers across the Northern Territory to ensure that they have the correct procedures in place depending on whether the events have been postponed, cancelled or continuing.
Mechanical Workshops - Both our Winnellie and Alice Springs will remain open to provide essential services to ambulance, consumer and fleet vehicles.
The Casuarina Centre offices - will remain closed during lockdown, anyone wishing to pay an invoice may call 08) 8922 6200.
Director of Ambulance Services, Andrew Thomas thanks the Northern Territory community for working with authorities to follow the lockdown requirements.
“This situation is subject to rapid change and we are working closely with the Northern Territory Government and emergency services to ensure that we can provide a coordinated and systematic approach to the management of the Territory’s response to COVID-19,” he said.
“We encourage everyone to follow the advice of the Chief Health Officer, stay home unless it is for one of the five reasons, wash your hands, wear a mask when outside and stay safe.”
“We ask that all staff, volunteers, suppliers and clients work with us to address this situation. While there are many uncertainties ahead of us, we need to work together, remain calm and be understanding of our role in providing health care and emergency services to all Territorians,” Mr Thomas said.