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COVID-19 awareness for food service training

Updated: 4 January 2022

The COVID-19 awareness for food service course is currently unavailable. 

This free, voluntary online course was developed for anyone working in NSW food retail and food service businesses and covered key measures recommended for COVID-19 control. 

The NSW Government recently announced changes to restrictions. The training is being updated to reflect these changes, which are outlined below. 

Restaurants and hospitality 

Restaurants, cafes and hospitality venues in NSW are open. 

Anyone can visit a restaurant, cafe, and hospitality venue.  

You are not required to be fully vaccinated or carry vaccination evidence. 

From 27 December COVID-19 Safe Check-in is required at all hospitality venues. 

Face masks are required, subject to exemptions from 24 December 2021. 

NSW Health strongly advises that patrons consider being seated while drinking and exercise caution in singing and dancing. 

Density limits apply at indoor areas of hospitality venues and nightclubs. 

Drinking indoors and outdoors may be seated or standing and singing and dancing can take place. 

More information: 

Rules for people in NSW 

Public Health (COVID-19 General) Order (No 2) 2021   

Public Health (COVID-19 General) Order (No 2) Amendment (No 3) Order 2021 

Public Health (COVID-19 General) Order (No 2) 2021 Amendment (No 4) Order 2021 

NSW food retail and food service businesses are reminded that they must continue to practice safe food handling and preparation to meet requirements of the Food Standards Code