The following Video are supplied in Arabic, Turkce, Punjabi, Dinka, Dari and Pashto to help people remain aware of the restrictions with Covid-19
During the period 16-22 October 2020, the Ethnic Council of Shepparton and District teamed up with staff from the City of Greater Shepparton to provide local multicultural communities with immediate information about Covid-19 and local testing sites.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Extreme Hardship Support Program is emergency financial relief to help people pay for food, medicine or bills during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It is provided by the Victorian Government, with Red Cross. The program also provides information and referrals to those in need.
Victorians should feel proud of everything we have achieved. What we’re doing to stay safe is working. If you experience hardship of any kind, or need support for yourself and your mind, Victoria has help for you.
The University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health invite you to their final public webinar for 2020, featuring Prof. Brett Sutton, who will be speaking on The Long View on COVID-19 – What Will 2021 Look Like?. Professor Brett Sutton is the Victorian Chief Health Officer. The seminar will be presented online, on Tuesday 1st December, 2020, form 6:30pm – 7:30pm.
The Victorian Government gives Sector guidance for agriculture, forestry and fishing businesses within metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. The Ring of Steel has gone, and the restrictions remain the same for all Victoria. This page will be updated shortly.
The Victorian Government is doubling an assistance payment for those experiencing significant financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, as part of a $50 million program to make sure people are not falling through the cracks.
The Government has commissioned the Red Cross to provide financial assistance, information and referrals to those doing it tough during the pandemic who are not eligible for Commonwealth support or the International Student Emergency Relief Fund.
Lots of parents have asked the Doctor and Nanogirl for help in explaining coronavirus COVID-19 to their children. Here is a quick video that I hope will help explain what we currently know to your little ones.
GV Health is running a two-day pop-up testing clinic for COVID-19 for the entire community for those people WITH SYMPTOMS of COVID-19 at St Paul’s African House on Tuesday and Wednesday 24/25 August 20-20 from 1:00-5pm each day. If you have any symptoms, it is important to get tested.