Current Covid-19 Protocols for Courses
Dhamma Rasmi has protocols in place for the safety of everyone at the Centre, in accordance with Queensland Health directives. Please read below for the latest updates.
The Queensland government announced that from 14 April 2022, vaccination is no longer a requirement for entry.
Dhamma Rasmi will keep in place a range of strategies to help keep students and servers safe. These may include screening, rapid antigen tests, and ongoing hygiene measures. You are welcome, if you wish, to continue wearing a mask for the duration of the course. Please bring your own supply.
Everyone attending courses needs to provide the details of an emergency contact/next of kin; someone who has consented to collect you at a moment’s notice should you become unwell. This person needs to reside within 3 hours of the Centre.
Because of the evolving situation, these guidelines may change at any time, and will be available on this page.
Updated 11 April 2022