Update on restrictions of postcodes in Victoria as of the 4th of July.

Update on restrictions for certain postcodes from 11.59pm on Saturday 4 July 2020
Announcement made: 4.30pm, 4 July 2020

In line with advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government has announced that a further 2 Victorian postcodes will return to Stage 3 Stay at Home restrictions from 11.59pm on Saturday 4 July 2020.

This decision was made in response to increasing evidence of significant community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) in these postcodes.

The further 2 affected postcodes are:

Postcode Suburbs
3031 Flemington, Kensington
3051 North Melbourne
Update on restrictions for certain postcodes from 11.59pm on Wednesday 1 July 2020
Announcement made: 3.15pm, 30 June 2020

In line with advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government has announced that a number of Victorian postcodes will return to Stage 3 Stay at Home restrictions from 11.59pm on Wednesday 1 July 2020.

This decision was made in response to increasing evidence of significant community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) in these postcodes.

The affected postcodes and suburbs are:

Postcode Suburbs
3012 Brooklyn, Kingsville, Maidstone, Tottenham, West Footscray
3021 Albanvale, Kealba, Kings Park, St Albans
3032 Ascot Vale, Highpoint City, Maribyrnong, Travancore
3038 Keilor Downs, Keilor Lodge, Taylors Lakes, Watergardens
3042 Airport West, Keilor Park, Niddrie
3046 Glenroy, Hadfield, Oak Park
3047 Broadmeadows, Dallas, Jacana
3055 Brunswick south, Brunswick west, Moonee vale, Moreland west
3060 Fawkner
3064 Craigieburn, Donnybrook, Mickleham, Roxburgh Park, Kalkallo
If you live in one of the listed suburbs, there are only 4 reasons to leave home:

Shopping for food and supplies
Care and caregiving
Exercise
Study and work – if you can’t do it from home
The businesses and facilities in these areas that have been able to reopen recently – such as beauty parlours, gyms, libraries and swimming pools – will again be restricted. Cafes and restaurants will again only be open for take-away and delivery.

We know close personal contact has been the source of the spread of the virus. That’s why we need local residents to do the right thing: assume you may be infectious – and act accordingly.

If you live outside these locations, there’s only four reasons to come in: shopping for food and supplies, care and caregiving, exercise, and study or work – if you can’t do it from home.

Until that time, regular police patrols, both in these zones and outside them, will make sure people are abiding by the restrictions.

Restrictions will be in place until at least 29 July, 2020.

For more information, visit the Department of Health and Human Services’ New restrictions for Melbourne’s hot zones page.

https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/restrictions-restricted-postcodes-covid-19?fbclid=IwAR26Jsb4uyRwEEpVJFqUTuRUgaF2TFuu0kzIis0oYfA5INnUl9XQCnZDdyQ

As of 28th September we will be back in the office to help with any enquiries.

If you are unwell, have symptoms of COVID, have been in contact with someone is suspected of having COVID, please do not go to class. It is only by working together that we can safely get through this pandemic.

All training classes adhere to strict social distancing, disinfecting and safety regimes.

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