Further easing for Regional Victoria in COVID-19 Third Step

Over the coming days more information about the changes to restrictions will be added. Indoor exercise, including gyms, can reopen with limits on the number of people in spaces. Exercise and classes can resume with up to 10 people per indoor space and a limit of 20 people per facility.  Equipment must be cleaned between … Read more

Restrictions ease across Regional Victoria

Last Sunday Premier Dan Andrews announced changes to restrictions in both metropolitan Melbourne and Regional Victoria. Changes for regional VictoriaWhilst Regional Victorian remains in Third Step restrictions, from 18 October 2020 some restrictions started to ease. The changes to restrictions include: You can have up to two people visit you at home each day. Infants … Read more

Regional Victoria to move to Step 3 – Statement From The Premier

Statement from the Premier15 September 2020 Last week, we released our roadmap towards reopening. Those safe, steady and sustainable steps that will see us all the way to COVID Normal. Importantly, these steps are guided by clear targets – giving Victorians greater insight into our progress, and ensuring that when it comes to taking our … Read more

Roadmap to COVID Normal for Regional Victoria

The Victorian Government have outlined a four step roadmap to ease the State into ‘COVID Normal’. Regional Victoria has a specific reopening roadmap, relating to how many active coronavirus (COVID-19) cases are in the community. Summary of Steps towards COVID Normal for Regional Victoria: First Step First step only applies to metropolitan Melbourne. Second Step … Read more

Stage 3 restrictions apply to Regional Victoria

From 6pm tonight, Victoria will enter a State of Disaster.   This will give our police additional powers to make sure people are complying with public health directions, which will be updated in coming days. From 11:59pm on Wednesday, regional Victoria will return to Stage 3 “Stay at Home” restrictions. That means there’ll again only be four reasons to … Read more

NDIS funding for purchasing personal protective equipment

To better support participants during the extended coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the NDIS have made a temporary change to funding arrangements for personal protective equipment (PPE). The NDIS are implementing temporary changes to funding of PPE for personal care where coronavirus (COVID-19) is active your community, and the use of PPE is consistent with current health … Read more


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