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मेल्बर्न रेस्ट्रिक्शंज़ का थोड़ा आसान होना (17th June )आज रात 11.59pm से..मेल्बर्न एक नयी सास के साथ उठेगा
Presented by: Shweta Aggarwal
COVID restriction update in Hindi

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Please check the exposure sites website daily to see if you have been to any listed locations in the specified times, and follow the health advice listed: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites

Yesterday afternoon and evening, many exposure sites were published including in:

• Balwyn
• Bayswater North
• Barkly Square in Brunswick
• Bundoora
• Burwood East
• Carnegie
• Coburg
• Cohuna
• Marvel Stadium
• Epping
• Fairfield
• Mill Park
• Mordialloc
• Parkville
• Port Melbourne
• Red Hill
• South Melbourne, and more

Many of these locations require people who attended the venue at the specified time to get tested and quarantine for 14 days.

More exposure sites will be added when confirmed, following investigations.

To see where to get tested, visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/where-get-tested-covid-19

25 May 2021
As public health officials work to pinpoint the source of these latest cases, additional COVIDSafe measures will be put in place across Greater Melbourne to help keep Victorians safe.

On the advice of public health experts, from 6pm tonight private gatherings in the home will be limited to five visitors per day, public gatherings will be limited to 30 people and face masks will need to be worn indoors, unless an exemption applies. The face mask requirement applies everyone aged 12 years and older.

These additional measures are an important extra precaution while we await the results of testing and undertake widespread contact tracing to stamp out the virus.

Schools and workplaces will remain open with the current restrictions that are in place. Depending on the workplace, this includes COVIDSafe measures and in some cases, a density requirement. There are no changes to existing density rules.

Victorians who live in Greater Melbourne and need to travel to regional Victoria can still do so however, the restrictions travel with them.

For example, if you visit someone outside of metropolitan Melbourne, they must not have more than five visitors to their home in that day. If you attend a public gathering outside of Greater Melbourne, it must not be bigger than 30 people.

Victorians visiting regional Victoria from Melbourne will also need to wear a face mask when indoors even when outside of metropolitan Melbourne, unless an exemption applies.

Keeping our more vulnerable community members safe is always our priority, which is why hospital and aged care visitor restrictions will also now apply state-wide.

Use of the Service Victoria QR code service will still be mandatory in all venues and facilities required to have mandatory electronic record keeping from Friday, 28 May.

However, due to the current circumstances, we will pause on the move to remove the density quotient in outdoor spaces and venues to a maximum of 200 people in spaces smaller than 400 sqm. Timing for this easing will be reassessed when public health advice indicates it is appropriate to do so.

The Public Health Advisory Panel will provide advice as soon as possible to upcoming Tier 1 and Tier 2 events if any modifications will be required for the event to proceed.

We urge all Victorians to maintain COVIDSafe behaviours to keep our community safe and most importantly, if you are unwell, get tested as soon as possible and stay isolated until you receive a negative result.

All eligible Victorians are also urged to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Appointments are available at sites across the state and at participating GP clinics, walk ins are also accepted at many sites. Check your eligibility and your nearest site now.

For more information about current COVIDSafe settings, Victoria’s travel permit system and the vaccine program, please visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au.



COVID-19 vaccine information is available in more than 50 languages. Find it here: http://www.health.gov.au/…/covid-19-vaccine-information…

You can also find translated COVID-19 vaccine videos at https://www.youtube.com/user/healthgovau

25.12.2020 Christmas Message from the Hon Alex Hawke.

23.12.2020 Coronavirus Update – Sydney Travel restricted.
The Victorian Government has established new measures to protect Victoria from the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Victorians should not travel to Greater Sydney, the Central Coast, or the Northern Beaches areas of New South Wales.
Some people coming from New South Wales are able to enter Victoria, but they require a Victorian Border Crossing Permit, unless an exemption applies.
People who live in or have visited Greater Sydney, the Central Coast or the Northern Beaches areas since 11 December 2020, cannot enter Victoria.
People who arrive in Victoria by air who live in or have visited the Greater Sydney area, the Central Coast or the Northern Beaches since 11 December 2020, will be placed in mandatory hotel quarantine for 14 days.
Police have established checkpoints along the Victoria-New South Wales border and will check to ensure that people hold a valid permit to enter Victoria.
This includes residents of Victoria.
Regional New South Wales remains a ‘green zone’. Residents of these areas need a permit to enter Victoria.

People living in local government areas along the border do not need a permit. They can enter Victoria by showing their driver licence or other formal photo identification and proof of address.

For more information on the travel restrictions between Victoria and New South Wales, visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-border-crossing-permit.

18.12.2020 Covid 19 Update

22.11.2020: Premier Dan Andrews has announced substantial changes to restrictions. Check out a summary below 👇
– 30 people permitted in your home from 11.59pm on 13 December, including on Christmas Day
From 11.59pm tonight:
– Number of visitors to your home increases from 2 people to 15 people per day
– Outdoor gatherings in public place increase to 50 people
– Weddings, funerals & religious ceremonies increase to 150 people
– Masks required in all indoor settings and where you can’t socially distance outdoors
– Cinemas, galleries & museums can host up to 150 people indoors
– Density limit for small hospitality venues changes to one person per 2 square metres (up to 50 customers)
– Density limit for large venues increases to 150 customers with a total venue capacity of 300 customers
– From 30 November, up to 25% of office workers able to attend on site
– Contact and non-contact sports can begin for adults & kids: 150 people indoors with a group size of up to 20 and 500 outdoors with groups of 50
– Gyms to open up further, 150 cap, 4 square per people
– Premier to announce further changes on 6 December

08.11.2020 The Premier and Health Minister have just made major announcements regarding COVID-19 restrictions across Melbourne & Victoria.
Changes include:
✅ From 11:59pm tonight, the boundary between Melbourne and regional Victoria will come down. The 25-kilometre limit will no longer be in place.
✅ Restaurants, pubs and cafes will be able to host up to 40 customers indoors and 70 outdoors.
✅ Gyms and indoor sporting facilities can open with up to 20 – subject to strict density limits. Indoor sport for those 18 and under can recommence.
✅ Indoor religious ceremonies will be increased to 20, with 50 allowed outside, and community spaces like libraries or RSLs and neighbourhood houses can have up to 20 indoors, with groups of up to ten.
For more information, check out the links below:

26.10.2020 Victoria moves to stage 3 restrictions>. More details can be found on the below link

17.10.2020 Victoria records one new case of COVID-19, no deaths



16.10.2020 Do you or someone you know need in-language support to better understand how to vote in the Victorian council elections?
Book a free online information session in one of eight languages 12-16 October https://bit.ly/2HXYa2f
For further in-language information and interpreter assistance visit www.vec.vic.gov.au/information-in-your-language

28.09.2020 COVID 19 UPDATE
The Victorian Government is easing restrictions in Melbourne as part of the Second Step in the roadmap for reopening Victoria.

A reduction in the number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Melbourne in recent weeks has occurred faster than predicted, allowing for some small changes.

There are some important changes to understand if you live in metropolitan Melbourne:
•The 9pm-5am curfew will no longer be in place from 5am, 28 September 2020
•Religious gatherings and ceremonies can take place outdoors with five people and one faith leader, next to a place of worship
•Childcare is open to all children
•All primary school students, VCE and VCAL students (including Year 10 students in VCE) and specialist school students will return to their schools for learning from October 12
•Five people from a maximum of two households can meet outdoors for a social gathering in a public place like a park. You cannot travel further than 5km and there is a two hour time limit.
•You will now be required to wear a face mask whenever you leave home, covering your nose and mouth. You cannot wear a face covering such as a scarf, bandana or face shield.

Additionally, the Victorian Government has announced that metropolitan Melbourne will move to the Third Step as soon as the 14 day daily average of new cases is less than five, with movement between steps spaced at least three weeks apart. The October 26 date no longer applies.

There are still only four reasons to leave your home; shopping for food and essential items, exercise and outdoor activity, permitted work and study, and caregiving.

You must continue to stay within 5km of your home for shopping and exercise.

For more details on what is allowed under the new restrictions, visit vic.gov.au/roadmap