Our Covid-19 entry requirements are:

Covid dose 1, 2 and 3 – Proof must be provided

2022 Flu vaccination – Proof must be provided

Temperature check before entry, max 37.5

Rat test on the day of visit

Wear a mask at all times whilst in the facility


  • Do you have a temperature higher than 38 degrees Celsius; or a history of any of the following in the last 72 hours: fever, chills, symptoms of an acute respiratory infection such as a cough, sore throat or shortness of breath, or loss of taste and smell?
  • Are you prohibited from entry into a Residential Aged Care Facility (RACF) by reason of an Arrivals direction?
  • If you have been interstate or overseas or unsure of entry requirements, please call 08 8346 0955
  • Have you checked the current residential care facilities direction on SA Health?

Please visit this page regularly for updated information on COVID-19 and entrance into residential facilities. The team at St Anna’s place the safety, health and wellbeing of our residents and team as our highest priority.

We will send out important updates and any changes to the SA Government Emergency Management Plan (if it affects our facility / staff or visitors) to families.

If you are visiting St Anna’s Residential Care and you have any doubt about COVID19 restrictions, please call us on (08) 8346 0955.

Information on this page will be taken from the direction and available information from the Australian Government Department of Health and SA Health.

We ask that visitors please check the SA Government and Australian Government websites for current information on visiting Aged Care.

Find further information here



Wellbeing support

The Older Persons COVID-19 Support Line – 1800 171 866

  • Calls are free.
  • Helps older people, their loved ones and carers stay connected and continue receiving the services they need during the pandemic.
  • Find out about COVID-19 restrictions and aged care support services.
  • Talk to someone about mental health.
  • If you have concerns about yourself, a friend or a family member living with dementia, you can speak with a trained Dementia Australia advisor.

If you prefer to speak in a language other than English, an interpreter can help. Call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 and ask for your language. Then you can ask the interpreter to connect you to the Older Persons COVID-19 Support Line.