We know this is an uncertain and challenging time, please be assured that the health and safety of our employees, office bearers, members and the wider Curtin community is our top priority.
The Guild is following the recommendations of the Federal and State Government health authorities and we are aligning our response with that of Curtin University.
All visitors must scan in with SafeWA app or manual register.
Please observe social distancing and remain 1.5 metres apart at all times.
See the WA Government website for the latest updates.
If you’re eligible for your COVID-19 vaccination, we encourage you to book in as soon as possible to help protect our community.
Some people have experienced mild side effects from the vaccine so please be mindful when booking your appointment around assessments and practical placements as they will need a medical certificate if they need an extension.
Vaccine bookings are now available through the Curtin Medical Centre (Level 1, Building 109).
You can also book through VaccinateWA for Commonwealth Vaccination Clinics.
You will need to show your Medicare card and photo ID.
You don’t need to have Medicare to receive a free COVID-19 vaccination.
International students can receive free vaccination at Commonwealth Vaccination Clinics and state and territory vaccination clinics.
Please note: Curtin Medical Centre is not on the approved list for international students.
You will be able to view all available clinics to make a booking after you have checked your eligibility.
You must bring along a form of ID such as passport or driver’s licence. Curtin ID will not be accepted.
Coronavirus National Helpline
Call the Coronavirus National Helpline if you are seeking more information on coronavirus, vaccines and public advice.
The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
1800 020 080
Visit the website
International students returning to Perth
Arrangements for the return of International students are the responsibility of the State Government.
Curtin and other Western Australian universities are working with StudyPerth and State and Federal agencies to develop a plan for the return of international students.
The Guild President is seeking clarification from Curtin about how discussions are progressing.