From 6pm on Sunday August 2, Victoria declared a State of Disaster. On 2nd September 2020 legislation was passed to extend the current State of Emergency for an additional 6-months.
- There is a roadmap that outlines the steps Victoria is taking to reopen.
- Third Step restrictions apply throughout regional Victoria.
- Second Step restrictions apply in metropolitan Melbourne.
- From 11:59pm 18 October restrictions changes are being made to restrictions in both metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.
- Restrictions will be eased when requirements are metand are based on Public Health advice. The roadmap to reopening includes dates when it is expected Victoria will meet case number requirements.
- Use of fitted face masks is mandatory throughout Victoria.
- New South Wales and South Australia have border restrictions in place.
From Sunday 11:59pm 18 October 2020 changes are being made to restrictions in both metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. A summary of changes is available on the DHHS website
From 11:59pm on 5 August business restrictions apply.
- Services and industries that are able to remain operational will be required to have a COVIDSafe Plan, refer to Club COVIDSafe Plan.
- From 11:59pm on 5 August, employers that require their staff to attend a work site must issue a worker permit to their employees – this is the employer’s responsibility.
For information relating to LSV Activities, refer the LSV Activity Guide
For further information on metro and regional roadmaps, see latest DHHS Information
Updated Wednesday 21st October 2020: