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Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

Update 17 October 2021:
Restrictions to be eased from 11:59 Thursday 21 October

Read the Premier of Victoria’s announcement

 

The Victorian Government has delivered a roadmap for easing restrictions at 70% fully vaccinatedRead the updated roadmap summary.

 

Advice for industry

Non-construction

After 11:59 Thursday 21 October, as Victoria has reached 70% fully vaccinated, the How we work plan advises that repairs and maintenance, and in-home services work can commence, with COVIDSafe settings in place.

 

Construction

Read the construction sector roadmap and the How we work plan.

 

Restrictions on the Victorian construction industry eased from 11.59pm on Monday, 4 October. The Construction Sector Roadmap sets a way forward for the sector to stay open and keep our community safe.

 

After 11:59 Thursday 21 October, as Victoria has reached 70% fully vaccinated large scale construction will increase to 100% if all workers are fully vaccinated,  and subject to any additional industry obligation in Victoria’s Roadmap.  All other requirements from 5 October remain in place.

 

Details include:

  • All construction workers will be required to be fully vaccinated by 13 November 2021. 
  • All workers are required to carry a duly signed Authorised Worker Permit.
  • Additionally all authorised workers who need to leave their home to work must have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine by 15 October and their second dose by 26 November.

 

For more details on vaccinations, restrictions and Victoria’s roadmap:

 

Follow the links below to find the latest updates and information relative to the industry and the broader Victorian community.

For more information, visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au