From 11:59pm Tuesday 27 July, restrictions will ease across Victoria, learn more about the eased restrictions.
A summary of all our services is listed. Service availability is subject to change. We monitor advice from the Department of Health and reconsider the services we operate regularly.
✔️ Open or running a modified service
Victorian residents age 40+ can get vaccinated at a vaccination centre with an appointment. Find your local vaccination centre.
Call 1800 675 398 to book
- how COVID-19 vaccines are being developed
- how they work
- when you can anticipate getting one.
The Victorian Government has partnered with the Australian Red Cross to provide emotional support and help callers who may be distressed or anxious. The hotline also helps link people with social activities, support networks and service providers.
Call the Coronavirus hotline
The online resources from the Victorian Government could also help depending on your circumstances:
- Mental health resources
It's important to look after your mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
- Family violence crisis response and support
With people staying at home more than usual to slow spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), there may be an increased risk for women and children experiencing family violence or abuse.
- Financial support
Find out about the financial support available to people and businesses affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).
Coronavirus in Banyule
Council are supporting Banyule by maintaining financial sustainability, supporting local businesses, protecting Council staff health and wellbeing, supporting the local community, minimising Council service disruption and supporting rate payers.
If you feel unwell do not go to work. Get tested at a nearby testing location. Return home immediately.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Test Isolation and Worker Support Payments
Information about financial support for Victorian workers who are waiting for test results or self-isolating.
Practise good hygiene and regularly and thoroughly wash your hands.
Maintain physical distancing, keep at least 1.5 metres away from others.
Wear a mask when you are not at home including when you're outside if you can’t physically distance from others, unless an exception applies.
Coronavirus information about how to stay safe and well has been published by the Victorian Government with a selection of languages listed:
Translated COVID-19 resources
Short videos about face coverings by the Victorian Chief Health Officer are also available in many languages.