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There are things we can all do to make ourselves and others safer. As you live and work, remember these COVIDSafe principles:
For more information about current COVIDSafe settings in Victoria for living and working, dining and shopping, using services, seeing others, getting active and more visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/how-we-live
Stay up-to-date with travel restrictions online.
As part of the ongoing management of the coronavirus pandemic, Victoria will make sensible changes to COVID-19 requirements to align with decisions agreed to by all states and territories at National Cabinet. From 11.59pm on Wednesday, 12 October, the pandemic declaration will end. Changes to pandemic management are as follows:
Caps to Care Facilities:
For more information visit Changes To Pandemic Management | Premier of Victoria
COVID-19 booster doses are available to anyone aged 16 and over who has had their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine three or more months ago.
You can get a COVID-19 booster dose from a GP, pharmacy, Victorian or any local vaccination pop-up centre, visit Vaccinations - Whittlesea Council for details.
They are quick and highly accurate, particularly if you have symptoms or if you have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19.
Your first option should be to use a rapid antigen test.
A Call-to-Test service enables vulnerable people who cannot leave home due to injury, mobility or other eligible reasons to get tested at home. Read more about about to access this service.
If you can't access a rapid test and you have symptoms or are a contact, you should get a PCR test.
You can pre-register for a COVID-19 test at some locations to save time. Fill out the online form. Check which centres are using the registration form.
Call 1800 675 398 for more information or visit Coronavirus (COVID-19) Victoria | Coronavirus Victoria for more information.
Many venues can only open for people (including workers) who are fully vaccinated or exempted.
On this page, fully vaccinated means someone who:
Vaccination requirements apply to everyone aged 18 years or over, unless you have a valid medical exemption from an authorised medical practitioner.
People under the age of 18 years are considered fully vaccinated.
For most people with COVID-19, recovery at home is the best care option.
You can read more on the Victorian Government's website.
Make sure you are prepared to isolate before you turn positive.
Prepare yourself and others by making alternative arrangements for people or pets that rely on you for care.
If you test positive for COVID-19 or a contact of someone who has, our COVID Checklist
provides all the steps you need to know: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checklist
The most reliable information on the coronavirus can be found on both the Victorian and Australian government’s websites.
1800 675 398
You can call the coronavirus hotline if you have concerns: 1800 675 398. If you need an interpreter call 131 450.
Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) program that aims to help people with disability access:
For more information https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/disability-liaison-officers
Or contact Northern Health Disability Liaison Officer via email DisabilityLiaison@nh.org.au
People with disability can now contact the Disability Gateway for information and referrals about coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Disability Gateway can help families, carers and support workers, too.
The hotline is available Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm (AEST). It’s not available on national public holidays.
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