COVID-19 Important Information
Victorian Government Updates
A central source of information, updates and advice about the COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria can be found here.
Modelling on the potential impact of COVID-19 to Victoria and our health care system can be found here.
Updates on the measures undertaken as a result of the Victorian State of Emergency can be found here.
Further announcements from the Victorian Government can be found at the Premier’s Media Centre here.
A full list of coronavirus related restrictions in Victoria can be found here.
If you want to report a suspected breach of public health restrictions contact the Police Assistance Line on 13 14 44 or report online here.
Businesses seeking advice about whether they are affected can the Business Victoria Coronavirus Hotline on 13 22 15.
Anyone who displays clinical symptoms of coronavirus can now be tested in Victoria.
There are now 40 screening clinics open across Melbourne and regional Victoria, as well as testing at many GP clinics.
To find your nearest clinic or for any other inquiries contact the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398.
Federal Government Updates
Daily status updates, case numbers and related information at a national level can be found here.
Reliable information on how COVID-19 is impacting other countries can be found at the World Health Organisation website here
Updates on policy responses, global case numbers, and further information can be found at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development website here.
As of Tuesday 26 May all Prep, Grade 1 and Grade 2 students, specialist school students, as well as VCE and VCAL students will return to on-site learning at government schools.
Students in the broader year 3 to 10 cohort will continue to learn remotely until Tuesday 9 June, to give the Government and the Chief Health Officer time to monitor and evaluate the effects that the return to school by other year levels has on the increased movement of people and transmission within the community.
Early Childhood Education
Health and Wellbeing Support
This has been an incredibly stressful time for many people. Below are some useful resources if you need some extra support.
1300 22 46 36
13 11 14
Victorian Support for Workers
Working for Victoria Program – Any worker whose employment status has been affected is invited to register their details.
Jobs Victoria Services
1300 208 575
Victorian Skills and Jobs Centres
1300 100 606
Federal Support for Workers
JobKeeper Program – Payment to help impacted businesses cover the costs of their employees’ wages at a rate of $1,500 a fortnight.
JobSeeker Payment (previously Newstart)
Transition to Work (15-24 years old)
1300 854 414
Economic Support Measures
Support for Charities*
*JobKeeper payment also applies to charities and NFP’s.