Posted on 7 August 2020
VACCHO would like to say thank you to Communities for their commitment to stopping the spread of COVID-19. We understand that physical distancing and staying at home can be difficult and a disruption to everyday life, but it is a precaution we all must take.
Posted on 16 July 2020
VACCHO would like to say thank you to all the Communities who have come together to support one another during this difficult time. We are so proud to be part of the Victorian Aboriginal Community, and find strength in the resilience and compassion that has been shown by mob across the State.
Posted on 30 June 2020
VACCHO recognises that it has been an especially difficult time, and many Community members are working tirelessly to support the social and emotional wellbeing of friends and loved ones. The current COVID-19 context has a range of impacts on our mental and physical health, and practicing social distancing—while necessary—can make us feel alienated and removed from our most cherished support systems.
Posted on 8 May 2020
To date, there have been 4 cases of COVID-19 ranging in ages from 30-59. This is down from 5 as reported last week due to inaccurate reporting. This will hopefully be addressed in the coming days and weeks to give us a better sense of Community transmission in our Communities.
Posted on 14 April 2020
We are so lucky to have seen minimal to no spread of COVID-19 in our Aboriginal Communities. VACCHO and its Members want to thank Aboriginal Communities across the State who are staying home and still providing supports to their families, just in different ways. We know that it is a difficult and confusing time, but we must persevere as this is temporary.
Posted on 31 March 2020
VACCHO acknowledges that this is a challenging period for everyone. We are committed to doing all that we can to keep everyone informed and healthy during this time.
Posted on 20 March 2020
Many of us now know that we are way off this pandemic reaching its peak and that the most expert health advice, is telling us we need to have a concerted focus on containment (to delay and flatten the pandemic curve) which means self-isolation, and seriously minimising all exposure and contact with others.