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Victoria’s Roadmap: Delivering The National Plan


The Victorian Government yesterday the details of the Roadmap to Deliver the National Plan, our roadmap out of COVID-19 restrictions. 

The Roadmap has been developed based on expert modelling from the Burnet Institute and is set against COVID-19 thresholds including hospitalisation rates, and the vaccination targets already set out in the National Plan to transition Australia’s National COVID-19 Response.

Summary of proposed restriction levels - Regional Victoria

➡️ 80% first dose
For regional Victoria, the current level of restrictions will largely remain once 80% first dose is achieved.

➡️  70% fully vaccinated
For regional Victoria,
  • up to 20 fully vaccinated or 10 unvaccinated people can gather outdoors.
  • Entertainment venues and amusement parks can allow 30 people per space indoors
  • up to 300 per space outdoors with a density quotient of one per two square metres.
  • Food and drink facilities can have 30 fully vaccinated patrons indoors with a density quotient of one per four square metres, 
  • 100 fully vaccinated patrons outdoors with a density quotient of one per two square metres.

➡️ 80% 16+ and 12+ vaccinated
regional and metropolitan Melbourne restrictions will be aligned

To view the summary of proposed restriction levels for regional Victoria, click here

To see an overview of the roadmap, click here.

State Government Media Releases and Roadmaps

Media Release 

Burnet Institute - Vic Roadmap.pdf
PDF 1.82 MB
 Victoria’s Roadmap-Delivering The National Plan.pdf

How we work: Regional Victoria

Frequently asked questions
If you wish to discuss the difficulties you are facing or just want to share some insights please do not hesitate to contact myself or Pauleen. 

Kim Storey 0409 250 895
Pauleen Boulton / Arnika Martin   0466 620 856

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COVID-19 Disaster Payment - Victoria if you get a Centrelink or DVA payment  - Services Australia

COVID-19 Disaster Payment for employers and staff

Regional Victoria

If you lost work or income during the COVID-19 restrictions in all other areas of Victoria, you may be eligible for COVID-19 Disaster Payment.

Regional Victoria lockdown

If you’re still unable to work and earn income because of the Greater Melbourne lockdown, you can still claim a payment.

You’ll be eligible for COVID-19 Disaster Payment if all of these apply:

  • you live or work in any area of Victoria even if it’s not in lockdown
  • you were unable to earn your usual income of 8 hours or more or a full day’s work because of the restricted movement order
  • you meet any other eligibility rules.

Check your eligibility for this payment:

If you’re still eligible, you can submit a new claim from Friday 17 September 2021.

See more information at Services Australia 

Monthly Q&A - Gold Coast Fresh Meat Centre

Register NOW to join the School holiday COVID-Safe Business Q&A

Everyone is welcome to join in the discussion on how to keep your business COVID-Safe this holiday with Council, Bass Coast Health, Local Vic Pol and Destination Phillip Island.

Your chance as a local business to discuss COVID Safety and how to stay open, with
  • Jan Child (CEO Bass Coast Health),
  • Andy O’Brien (Senior Sergeant, Victoria Police),
  • Kim Storey and Pauleen Boulton (Destination Phillip Island)
  • Bass Coast Shire Council’s Business Support Team.

When: Tuesday 21 September 2021
TIme: 4:00 pm 

Register below and join us tomorrow online.
An online meeting link will be sent to you.


Public exposure site information

What is an ‘exposure site’?

An exposure site is a place where a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) has attended while they were infectious.

NOTE: Not all exposure sites are published online. If you have received a text message from the Department of Health informing you that you were at an exposure site, and the site is not listed here, please follow the advice in the text message.

Support Helpline

It costs nothing get a free mental health check. If you, your family or workmates are feeling overwhelmed or even just 'not quite right' - make use of the free confidential service. 

More information is available on the Partners in Wellbeing Website.
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