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Further easing of COVID-19 Restrictions for fully vaccinated Victorians
From 11.59pm, Thursday 18 November 2021, almost all COVID 19 restrictions will lift for fully vaccinated (double dosed) Victorians.
Premier Daniel Andrews announced today that the state will soon achieve the 90% double-dosed (people aged 12 years and over) target which will see the State enter Phase D of the Roadmap and life returning to as close to normal for fully vaccinated Victorians.
Major changes that come into effect tonight for fully vaccinated people:
Social & Recreational:
For full details of the easing of restrictions read the Premier’s media release here - https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/more-freedoms-come-victoria-hits-90-cent-vax-rate
Further information regarding current COVID Safe settings can be found here - https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covidsafe-settings
See the following link for the full list of exposure sites - https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites
For all other COVID-19 information including the vaccine program, please visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au.
Remember that if you are feeling unwell and think you have symptoms of COVID-19, seek medical advice and get tested. If you want to talk to someone about your symptoms, call the National Coronavirus Helpline for advice on 1800 020 080.
If you are feeling unwell and think you have symptoms of COVID-19 (such as fever, sweats or chills, sore throat, shortness of breath and/or loss of sense of smell or taste), seek medical advice and get a free test.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are a high-risk group (due to higher rates of pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes, heart and lung disease) so it's important that we get tested as soon as we present with any coronavirus symptoms.
If you have been a Tier One exposure sites, you are required to get tested urgently and isolate for fourteen days. The Department of Health will be in contact with you to discuss what you need to do and complete an interview. If you have any questions you can contact the Department of Health on 1300 651 160.
The advice for those who have visited Tier Two sites is to get tested urgently and isolate until you have a negative result.
Please see the following link for the full list of exposure sites - https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites
For more information and advice on what to do if you or a member or your household and/or family have visited an exposure site check out the self-assessment tool on the Coronavirus website.