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The Department of Health and Human Services delivers policies, programs and services that support and enhance the health and wellbeing of all Victorians.
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VicGovDHHS 12h
Replying to @JuliusFlywheel
Hi Julius, All retail testing sites will be operational this long weekend including Monday except Keilor as it is not a retail site. Regards ^DHHS Social Media.
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VicGovDHHS 13h
The total number of () cases in Victoria is 1678 – an increase of eight since yesterday. There have been no new deaths reported. For more information:
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VicGovDHHS 14h
Replying to @jasonfe25
Hi Jason, the page should be updated later today. Regards ^DHHS Social Media
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VicGovDHHS 14h
Replying to @jasonfe25
Hi Jason, the latest Victorian figures are available here: . Regards ^DHHS Social Media
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Victorian Government 15h
Victoria is investing to grow its family violence workforce. It needs people with lived experience of family violence who want to be part of a supportive team working to make positive change. Visit to see the range of roles available
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VicGovDHHS 15h
Replying to @VicGovDHHS
And remember, if you or any of your guests display flu-like symptoms, or you are unable to maintain physical distancing measures in your home, please take a raincheck. It’s everyone’s responsibility to limit the spread. (3/3)
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VicGovDHHS 15h
Replying to @VicGovDHHS
While there is no evidence that spreads through food, there is a risk of transmission via surfaces, such as shared cutlery. It’s just not worth putting anyone’s health in danger over a camembert wheel. (2/3)
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VicGovDHHS 15h
With restrictions easing, you can have up to 20 friends over to your house – but grazing platters aren’t the best choice of snack. With still in our community, unfortunately this will have to wait. More advice here: (1/3)
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VicGovDHHS 16h
Replying to @matforbs
Hi Matthew. Can you please send us a DM via our FB page (if possible) with your full name, date & location of the test, your DOB & some contact details? I will be able to forward these details on to another member of the COVID-19 specialist team to seek some more info for you!
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Prevention.Health 18h
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VicGovDHHS 20h
Good morning. We are trying to source the correct information for you regarding pools. Please be patient while we get the best possible answer. Thank you ^DHHS SM Team,
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
Replying to @VicGovDHHS
If guests will be unable to maintain social distancing at your house, take a raincheck. Postpone the event if you or any of your guests feel unwell. It’s everyone’s responsibility to limit the spread of . More advice on how to : (4/4)
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
Replying to @VicGovDHHS
- Pre-plan the seating arrangements to ensure social distancing can be followed - Avoid sharing utensils, cups or eating from shared platters (3/4)
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
Replying to @VicGovDHHS
If you're having people over, we suggest that you: - Remind guests that kissing, hugging and handshakes are off-limits for now - Ask each person to wash their hands upon arrival - Wash your hands regularly, especially after clearing the table or packing the dishwasher (2/4)
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
Before inviting friends over, think about how to make the visit as safe as possible. While we can resume some parts of our normal lives, there’s still a way to go. (1/4)
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Victorian Government Jun 2
Check out 's ‘I am 000’ podcast, featuring stories from Victoria's triple zero service. Listen to real triple zero calls and the people behind them. Episode 1 available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and SoundCloud. Subscribe at
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
The total number of () cases in Victoria is 1,670 – an increase of seven since yesterday. For more information:
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
Cancer screening programs are continuing to operate throughout Victoria, and measures are in place to ensure they are safe to attend. If you’re due for breast, bowel or cervical cancer screening, make time to get checked. Advice from .
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
Learn more about the most recent updates in Victoria, including advice on weddings, funerals and other cultural ceremonies, at
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VicGovDHHS Jun 2
Replying to @JamesDo68051757
Hi James Thank you for your feedback. It has been forwarded to the coronavirus (COVID-19) response team for consideration. For the latest information please visit   DHHS Social Media
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