Have you been told to self-isolate?


The Department of Health and Human Services is providing a one-off $1,500 payment designed to financially support Victorian workers who, as of 20 June, have been instructed by the department to self-isolate or quarantine at home because they are either diagnosed with coronavirus (COVID-19) or are a close contact of a confirmed case.

The COVID-19 worker support payment recognises that the requirement to self-isolate or quarantine at home can cause a financial burden for some individuals and families who are without incomes during this period.

Providing financial support can help alleviate this burden, making it easier for people to comply with the direction to stay at home. As a key stakeholder with important connections across Victoria’s multicultural community, we ask for your support sharing the information in this pack widely through your networks, so your community knows when to get tested and the support available.

As you know, access to translated information is particularly important for people who are isolated from friends, family and their usual support network – which means your support is invaluable in controlling the spread of coronavirus.

This pack provides links to a range of translated materials – including posters, social media content and fact sheets – to help you share this important information with your networks. Thank you in advance.

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