Frequently Asked Questions (Issue 112)

By on October 8, 2020

Questions asked by members to the Secretariat to improve communication with readers.

What is Victoria’s current path to COVID Normal? Information extracted from https://www.vic.gov.au/coronaviruscovid-19-restrictionsroadmaps

Summary of Steps towards COVID Normal

First Step – Metro Melbourne (11:59pm 13 September) – Expanded social interaction.

Second Step – Metro Melbourne (28 September subject to trigger points and public health advice). Social bubbles, phased return of some workforces and education.

Third Step – Regional Victoria (11:59pm 13 September) – Social bubbles, visitors and staged return of education.

Regional Victoria (11:59pm 16 September) – Increased reopening for sport, recreation, ceremonies and special occasions.

Metro Melbourne (26 October subject to trigger points and public health advice) – Major industries return, increased reopening for education, sport, recreation, ceremonies and special occasions.

Last Step – Statewide (23 November subject to trigger points and public health advice) – Increased numbers for gatherings and hospitality.

COVID Normal – Statewide (subject to trigger points and public health advice) – No restrictions for gatherings, visitors, hospitality or sport.

Trigger points” means a point for review by our public health team to consider any potential changes to the restrictions, based on case numbers, testing numbers and other factors.

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