The Victorian Government is directing all Victorians to stay safe to help limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
From 6pm on Sunday August 2, Victoria declared a State of Disaster – this is in addition to the State of Emergency.
Stage 4 restrictions applies to all people within the Melbourne metropolitan area, and regional Victoria will move to the Stage 3 restrictions from 11.59pm on 5 August. Mitchell Shire will also remain at Stage 3.
Restrictions are changing to slow the spread of coronavirus in Victoria. Full details about current restrictions and a map of where different restrictions applies is available on the DHHS website.
If you are in the Melbourne metropolitan area, stay within 5km from home for shopping and exercise. Use the map on the Department of Premier and Cabinet websiteto see how far you are allowed to travel from your home under the stage 4 restrictions.
Everyone must wear a face covering when they leave home, unless an exception applies. This was made enforceable across regional Victoria from 11:59pm on Sunday 2 August. See full details on the DHHS website.
Updated Wednesday, 5 August 2020: