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VicGovDHHS
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 13h
We are still in season. Do you know what to do if someone is having an attack? Watch this video to help learn the 4 steps of asthma first aid:
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VicGovDHHS 13h
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For more information on today's () situation in Victoria, please see our media release
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VicGovDHHS 14h
Is the great outdoors calling you? Remember to drink from your own bottled water, take frequent breaks, and carry a mask. Get hike ideas from : Camping? Check what’s open:
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VicGovDHHS 21h
Yesterday there were 0 new cases and 0 deaths reported. There are no active cases. There were 8,784 test results received. Thank you to all who came forward for testing Info:
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VicGovDHHS 22h
If you have symptoms, no matter how mild, it is important to get tested as soon as possible and then stay home. Getting tested and staying home until you know your results helps to stop the spread of Coronavirus. Find your closest testing site:
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VicGovDHHS Dec 2
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Get tested if you have any symptoms, no matter how mild. Stay home until you have your result. Find a testing site near you: (2/2)
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VicGovDHHS Dec 2
UPDATE FOR DAYLESFORD, HEPBURN & HEPBURN SPRINGS Coronavirus fragments have been detected in wastewater at Daylesford. If you are a resident or have visited Daylesford, Hepburn or Hepburn Springs from 28 November to 1 December (1/2)
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VicGovDHHS Dec 2
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For more information on today's () situation in Victoria, please see our media release
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VicGovDHHS Dec 2
Recognise any of these half-masked attempts? We've all spotted them, make sure you're not one of them. Where you are required to wear a face mask, make sure it is fitted and covers your nose and mouth. Don't be half-masked. More on the importance of masks:
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VicGovDHHS Dec 2
It’s important to keep up the healthy habits formed over the past year. Making cleaning and sanitising more accessible for your loved ones can help them remember how they can stay safe. More tips:
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VicGovDHHS Dec 2
Yesterday there were 0 new cases and 0 deaths. There are no active cases. There were 10,094 test results received, thanks to all who were tested and you're helping Victoria
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VicGovDHHS Dec 2
Numbers are on the way, Victoria. We know you're hooked on them, so are we. We will get them to you as soon as we can. Thanks. 😊
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VicGovDHHS Dec 1
Exciting news! The has approved Santa's travel permit. Here’s how to stay safe during festivities this year:
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EMV Dec 1
Did you know that most homes in high fire risk areas can’t be defended on Code Red days? Leaving early is the only way to guarantee your safety. Plan early & prepare now.
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VicGovDHHS Dec 1
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For more information on today's () situation in Victoria, please see our media release
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VicGovDHHS Dec 1
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Find a testing site near you:
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VicGovDHHS Dec 1
Do you live in Colac? Or, did you visit during either of these periods: - 21-23 November - 30 November-1 December? fragments have been detected in wastewater at Colac. Get tested if you have any symptoms, no matter how mild & stay home until you get results
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Victorian Government Dec 1
If you have any of these symptoms, however mild, get tested: 🔸Fever, chills or sweats 🔸Cough 🔸Sore throat 🔸Shortness of breath 🔸Runny nose 🔸Loss of sense of smell or taste Find out where to get tested at
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VicGovDHHS Dec 1
Continuing COVIDSafe practices indoors is key to keeping our state safe. Many Victorians have asked about devices that move air and how they may affect the spread of (). Each device works differently, so see the full FAQ:
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VicGovDHHS Dec 1
Yesterday there were 0 new cases, 0 deaths and 0 active cases reported. : 12,177 tests results were received – thanks to those who got tested, you’re helping Victoria .
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