Latest News from KDH:

Helen Butler - Friday, March 13, 2020

Visiting Hours

Acute: 10am - 8pm

Glenarm: 1 -  4.30pm


Hospitals and care facilities, require the wearing of face masks as part of their COVIDSafe plan.

You must not enter any hospital or aged care facility if you:

  • are awaiting a coronavirus (COVID-19) test result (unless granted exemption under exceptional circumstances)
  • are unwell with symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19), such as a cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath, or fever
  • have a temperature higher than 37.5 degrees
  • arrived in Australia from overseas within the last 14 days
  • have been diagnosed with coronavirus (COVID-19) and have not yet been given clearance from self-isolation
  • have had known contact in the past 14 days with a person who was a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19). 
  • have visited any of the listed exposure sites listed on the DHHS website
  • have worked in or volunteered in any hotel quarantine sites
  • have been released from hotel quarantine in the past 14 days

Updated directions are available on the DHHS website at  


10 May 2021

COVID Update for any return travellers from NSW:

If you have recently returned from NSW, please review the listed exposure sites at the below link and follow the instructions.

To keep our community safe, follow the NSW Health advice.

If you have been contacted and directed to get tested for COVID-19 or self-isolate at any time, you must follow the rules whether or not the venue or exposure setting is listed on this website.

Returning to Victoria

Create a COVID-19 Border Entry Permit to cross into Victoria from NSW.

Learn more about the Victorian border crossing permit including details of green, orange and red zones. 



Visitors must comply with all screening and infection control measures put in place by the hospital.  Visitors must: 

  •  Wear a face mask in any hospital or care facility across Victoria unless there is a lawful reason not to do so 
  • Even with a face mask, you should keep at least 1.5 metres apart from others
  • Wash your hands after using lifts, holding railings and every time you enter and exit the patient’s room 
  • Follow hospital set rules about visitor and time limits  
  • Follow rules about wearing specific masks, gloves or gowns if requested by staff.


Visiting KDH

KDH have ceased visitor temperature checks.

We have introduced a QR Code to complete COVID declaration by way of using your smart phone.


During Business Hours:

Visitors to the facility will use the QR Code upon reading the Visitor Declaration available at the main entrance.

By completing the QR Code you are confirming that you have read the Declaration and are well and can safely be in the facility.

Reception staff will still be available during normal business hours to assist you and to attend to those who do not have smart phones.

You will still receive a sticker from reception staff before entering any departments.


After Hours and on Weekends (5pm – 0830 am and weekends):

The reception desk is not manned.

The QR Code is still available at the main entrance along with Visitor Declaration.

The Visitors Contact Log (for those without smart phones) will be located in the Acute Ward and Glenarm to be completed before visiting.


Any visitor who is unwell or waiting for a coronavirus (COVID-19) test result or has been to any of the areas of concern as listed on DHHS website should not visit.               






Visit the Directions issued by the Chief Health Officer page to view the current Stay Safe directions.

National Coronavirus Health Information Line – 1800 020 080. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week   

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Information for the public

* What is Coronavirus, please visit:

* For up to date information about the current situation, please visit: 

* For those travelling overseas or planning to travel overseas, please regularly review: 

* Who needs to isolate:

* Do you want to know more about quarantine and isolation? Are you isolating at home or caring for someone required to isolate?  Click the link for more information.

* Translated COVID-19 resources:


















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We pay our respects to them, their living culture and Elders past, present and future.














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