Health and Wellbeing
Summary of restrictions in Melbourne
There are only five reasons to leave your accommodation:
- shopping for necessary goods and services
- caregiving or compassionate reasons, including medical care or to get a COVID-19 test
- authorised work (with a permit) or permitted education
- exercise (once a day for 2 hours)
- to get a COVID-19 vaccination (provided the distance travelled, and the time taken is no more than is absolutely necessary).
A stay-at-home curfew is in place for Metropolitan Melbourne. Between 9:00pm and 5:00am, you cannot leave your accomodation other than for limited reasons, including health and medical purposes, care and support of a child or someone with special needs, in an emergency or to escape harm.
Face masks must be worn indoors and outdoors whenever you leave your accommodation, if you are aged 12 and over.
You can remove your mask in a public place when consuming food, medicine or non-alcoholic drinks. You cannot remove your mask to eat or drink in retail settings such as a shopping centre or supermarket.
You can find information, updates and advice about the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Victorian government website.
English version is available on the following link: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/english
Dari version is available on the following link: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/dari
Summary of restrictions in Adelaide
There are no restrictions to leave your accommodation.
You must wear a face mask in public transport and all indoor public places.
You can find more information, update and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19) on the South Australian Government website.
English version is available on the following link: https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/restrictions-and-responsibilities
AMES Australia COVID-19 Updates
AMES Australia also releases a summary of the COVID-19 cases and updates every weekday on our blog. To learn more click here.