|COVID-19: New and updated exposure sites|
Following a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) the following exposure sites were added on 7 February 2021:
Anyone who has visited these Tier 1 exposure sites during these times must immediately isolate, get a coronavirus (COVID-19) test, and remain isolated for 14 days.
Visit the testing page for information about a testing site near you, including new sites, extended hours and estimated wait times.
The locations on this list are not a current risk to the public and you can visit them in line with current restrictions.
The following state-wide coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are currently in effect:
It’s critical that every business continues to operate in a COVIDSafe way to help protect our community. Please review and update your COVIDSafe Plan.
Recent outbreaks have highlighted the importance of contact tracing in stopping the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Businesses are strongly encouraged to use QR codes to support contact tracing, rather than a manual record keeping system. The Victorian Government QR Code Service is simple to access and set up, and is free. Registering is easy – visit the Coronavirus website to create an account.
A range of free signs and posters for your workplace are available, including mask posters to let workers and visitors know face masks must be worn indoors, except when eating, drinking or if an exemption applies.
More information is available at coronavirus.vic.gov.au, or by calling Business Victoria on 13 22 15.
Please help Victoria to Stay Safe and Stay Open.
|COVIDSafe Deep Cleaning Rebate|
|The COVIDSafe Deep Cleaning Rebate is available for small and medium-sized businesses, where anyone suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 has been on the premises or worksite when they may have been infectious.|
The rebate will help eligible businesses cover the cost of hiring professional cleaning services to conduct a ‘deep clean’ or ‘decontamination clean’ of their premises or worksite.
For further information click here
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