Victorian pandemic restrictions advice reissued
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, here's what you need to know from Victoria's Department of Health and Human Services with some handy links.
Restrictions are in place which require everyone in Victoria to limit their interactions with others to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). These restrictions are based on where you live.
Current Restrictions: metropolitan Melbourne
Stage 4 restrictions are in place across metropolitan Melbourne.
Business and industry stage 4 restrictions. Unless an exception applies, only Permitted Work Premises may operate with on-site operations during the restricted activity period in the Restricted Area, and only to the extent permitted.
Employers that require their staff to attend a work site must issue a worker permit to their employees - this is the employer’s responsibility.
Only the children of permitted workers and vulnerable kids will be able to access childcare and kinder.
Current Restrictions: Rest of Victoria
Stage 3 restrictions are in place across the rest of Victoria.
Face coverings: Whole of Victoria
Every person 12 years and older living in Victoria must wear a face covering when they leave home information on this can be found here.
There are lawful reasons for not wearing a face covering and information on these reasons can be found here.
The fine for not wearing a face covering is $200.