COVID-19 information for Drake casual employees 2023.

Updated May 2023

Latest Health and Safety Measures

For the latest updates on new health and safety measures, it is critical to follow the relevant Government updates for your respective state or territory:


You can also use the Health Direct COVID-19 restriction checker to find out what you can and can't do in your state or territory.


Drake International has implemented various controls to keep everyone as safe as possible.




Can I go to work if I test positive to Covid?

No, don't go to work, contact your Drake branch immediately and advise them.

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What if I test positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19)? 

Do not report to work if you are on an assignment or a project. Call your local Drake Branch immediately and let us know you have tested positive for COVID-19. Your recruitment consultant will communicate with the client on your behalf. You must not attend work if you have tested positive for COVID-19, or have any flu-like symptoms. For more information and resources, visit:



What if I am a close contact to someone who has been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19? 

You are a close contact if you:

  • live in the same house as someone who tests positive
  • spent 4 hours or longer with someone in a home
  • are determined as one by your state or territory health department.

If you are a close contact of someone who has COVID-19 you must call your Drake branch immediately on 13 14 48 and discuss your situation with them to determine next steps.

Do I need a booster shot? 

A booster is recommendedand is available in each state. More about boosters. Need to book your booster? Find a Vaccine Clinic

Is there COVID-19 Information available in other languages? 

You can explore a list of resources on COVID-19 in 68 languages. The resources include fact sheets, guidelines, and other publications and can be found here: https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/translated-coronavirus-covid-19-resources