As announced by the Victorian Premier on 26 September 2021, Victoria has reached its 80 percent first dose vaccination target and further restrictions will be eased from 11.59 pm Tuesday 28 September 2021.
We have provided a summary of restrictions below. For the full list, please view the Department of Health and Human Services' latest Table of Restrictions.
The current restrictions state you must stay at home unless:
- shopping for necessary goods and services (one household member at a time)
- caregiving or compassionate reasons
- undertaking authorised work or education
- exercising (four hours maximum; with one other person)
- getting vaccinated
- socialising outdoors*
* You may meet one person from another household for outdoor social interaction. Up to 5 adults from 2 households (including dependents) can meet outdoors if all adults are fully vaccinated.
Future restriction changes
As announced by the Victorian Premier on 19 September 2021, there will be further changes to restrictions once certain vaccination targets have been reached. These are outlined in detail in the National Plan Roadmap.
Local Government vaccination services are not currently involved in providing COVID vaccinations.
If you don’t have internet access or just prefer to speak to a person, then please call the National Coronavirus and COVID-19 vaccine helpline on 1800 020 080.
Exposure sites in Casey
Please monitor these websites based on your movements and ensure you follow all direct instructions you receive from the Department of Health.
Local COVID-19 data
See the dashboard below for COVID-19 vaccination rates and new infections in our community. For wider data, view the State Coronavirus data dashboard.
COVID Safe Plan
Mental health resources
If you are feeling anxious or overwhelmed, there are mental health resources available.
Lifeline Australia – Lifeline is a crisis support service offering short term support at any time for people who are having difficulty coping or staying safe. Visit the Lifeline website or call on 13 11 14.