Click here to read a summary of the latest VIC COVID-19 Rules and Restrictions and how they apply to the industry.
NSW will extend the current lockdown in Greater Sydney until the end of September, and introduce new rules targeting the local government areas of concern, where the vast majority of new cases are emerging.
ACFA is endeavouring to keep the industry up-to-date with the latest COVID-19 Rules and Restrictions including the new Permit System required for VIC.
Beyond Blue offers 24/7 free Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service and provides links to financial aid, family violence support, youth-specific mental health support and official government COVID-19 information sources.
Phone number: 1 800 512 348.
Government relief packages in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19) as of 14th July 2021
Mandatory Check in for Businesses, State by State Snapshot. Use of QR Check-in is now mandatory in some or all workplaces and retail businesses.
All businesses are now required to use the Victorian Government QR Code Service (unless an exemption applies).
FAQ’s - NSW Stay at Home Restrictions
From 6:00pm, 26 June 2021 if you work or live in Greater Sydney area, including the Blue Mountains, Wollongong and the Central Coast, you must comply with ‘stay at home’ restrictions.
If you have been in Greater Sydney, including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour for any reason since Monday 21 June 2021, you must follow the stay at home rules and must continue to follow them for 14 days after you were last in Greater Sydney.
What are the key reasons to leave home?
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From 11:59 pm on Thursday, 24 June 2021, if you live in metropolitan Melbourne:
- There are no restrictions on the reasons to leave home but staying COVIDSafe remains important.
- There are no limits on the distance you can travel, and you can travel to regional Victoria.