Premier, Daniel Andrews, has announced new restrictions for Melbourne’s hot zones from 11.59pm on 1 July 2020. Read the new restrictions for these hot zones.Statewide Restrictions: To help keep our communities safe and reduce the number of people gathered across Victoria, changes have been made to the restrictions. These changes will come in to place from 11:59pm 1 July:
Victorians are being asked to use common sense when it comes to visiting friends and family, especially those who are more vulnerable. That means seeing only those you need to – if you need to.
shopping centres are required to apply the four square metre rule to limit the number of shoppers.
outdoor markets are required to apply the four square metre rule to limit the number of shoppers.
you can visit a restricted postcode for four reasons: shopping for food and supplies, care and caregiving, exercise, and study or work – if you can’t do it from home.
The Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission have released a range of storyboards and User Guides for COVID19 etiquette focusing on social and physical distancing, Self-isolation and Sneezing and coughing (posters). They have been developed by Culturally Directed Care Solutions.
Some great resources providing graphics and less words. You can find them here –
The Department of Health and Human Services have also recently circulated the below resources to use and share, wherever you can, as appropriate: