Summary of restrictions in Victoria
There are things we can all do to make ourselves and others safer. As you live and work, remember these COVIDSafe principles:
You are no longer required to wear a face mask in most indoor settings, but wearing a mask remains recommended.
Face masks are mandatory for everyone aged 8 years and above in the following settings:
- On public transport, in taxis/rideshare services and in tourism vehicles.
- While inside an aircraft (for ages 12 and over).
- While visiting a hospital, care facility or any other indoor space that is a publicly accessible area in a healthcare setting, including allied health settings.
- In a public indoor space if you are a close contact.
- After being tested for COVID-19 and awaiting results.
- If you have COVID-19 or are a close contact and are leaving the premises for a permitted reason.
- More detailed settings and who is exempt can be found here
Where face masks are recommended
We strongly recommend wearing a mask if you:
- are in an indoor setting
- can’t physically distance, such as at entry or exit points to large events
- have any COVID-19 symptoms, or
- are with people who may be vulnerable to COVID-19
You can find information, updates and advice about the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Victorian government website
Summary of restrictions in South Australia
To protect yourself and others and help stop the spread of coronavirus:
- Get vaccinated against COVID-19.
- Practice good hygiene like covering coughs and sneezes and wiping down surfaces.
- Stay 1.5 metres apart wherever you can.
- Stay at home if you are unwell.
- Get tested for COVID-19 if as soon as symptoms appear, no matter how mild.
- Wear a mask when required or when you can't physically distance.
Face masks are an additional physical barrier and help to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Masks are required to be worn in these places:
- passenger transport (including taxis and rideshare)
- planes and indoors at airports
- hospitals, community healthcare, pathology collection centres and all other health care services
- residential aged care and disability care facilities
- Aboriginal community controlled organisations
- correctional services, prisons, training centres, and other places of custody.
Read more on our face masks page, including information on:
- who should wear a mask
- how to wear a mask correctly
- links to resources, including how to make your own face mask.
COVID Safe check in
You are required to use COVID Safe Check in at:
- public and private hospitals
- disability care facilities
- residential aged care facilities.
You can find information, updates and advice about the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the South Australian Government Health Website.