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  • COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics are operating throughout Moreland. Find out more on our COVID-19 vaccinations page.

  • On Sunday 3 July 2022, Council resolved at a Special Council Meeting to request to the State Government to change Council’s name to Merri-bek. The new name is now pending Minister for Local Government endorsement. This means, that our name will remain Moreland City Council until endorsement by the Minister and the State Government. Learn more.

Current COVID-19 restrictions

Information last updated: 24 June 2022

The full list and details of COVID-19 restrictions

The most up-to-date and and complete list of COVID-19 restrictions in place for Moreland is on the Victorian Government Coronavirus website. This website will provide all the details for the restrictions and how to follow them.

Summary of current COVID-19 restrictions

From 11.59pm, Friday 24 June, the following changes to the pandemic orders come into effect:

  • Masks must still be worn on public transport, taxis, ride shares, and planes, but are not required at airports.
  • Masks are also still required in sensitive settings such as hospitals and care facilities.
  • Positive cases must still isolate for seven days from the day they took their test but can leave home to drive a household member to or from education or work. They can also leave home to get medical care, a COVID-19 test, or in an emergency.
  • Three COVID-19 vaccine doses are still required for workers in residential aged care and disability care, healthcare, and custodial and emergency services, including police.
  • Government imposed third dose mandates in education, food distribution, meat and seafood processing and quarantine accommodation sectors will be lifted.
  • Rules requiring general workers to work from home unless they are double-vaccinated are lifted. Employers can consider setting COVID-19 vaccination policies as part of their own workplace conditions.
  • Visitor caps to care facilities, including residential aged care and disability are removed. Residents can see any number of people, provided they test negative on a rapid antigen test that day.

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Translations of the full list of COVID-19 restrictions

Translations of the current restrictions are available on the Victorian Government's Coronavirus website.

Full list of COVID-19 testing sites

A full list of the places you can get a COVID-19 test is available on the Victorian Government Coronavirus website.

If you have any symptoms, no matter how mild, you should get tested for COVID-19.

Full list of COVID-19 vaccination sites

A list of the sites in Moreland where you can get a COVID-19 vaccination is on our COVID-19 vaccinations page.

A full list of all the COVID-19 vaccination sites in Victoria is on the Victorian Government's Coronavirus website.

Support for people experiencing distress

If you are distressed or need someone to talk to you can call, the following resources are available:

Emergency relief options

If you are directly impacted by COVID-19 (e.g. in mandatory isolation and needing food, material aid or financial assistance) you can call the Victorian COVID-19 hotline on 1800 675 398.

You can also call our Moreland COVID-19 support line if you need assistance with any of the following:

  • support if you are in mandatory isolation
  • help with booking a COVID-19 vaccine
  • referrals for our in-home vaccination program
  • free taxi bookings to get a vaccine, for those with low mobility and low income

Call 8311 4140 to speak to one of our staff. We are here for you, Moreland.

If you need information about food relief, family violence prevention and support, emergency housing, or financial support you can find this on our Local COVID-19 support page.

You can find out more about other supports that are available to you on the Victorian Government Coronavirus website.

Council services are subject to changes

Our priority is the health and safety of our community and staff, and with this in mind we continue to make decisions that may impact the way we deliver our services, events and programs.

You can find out how council services are impacted by the current restriction on our Council service changes page.