Covid 19 Updates- 6.1.2022

Current restrictions in Victoria

Visit the website for more information on current Victoria restrictions.

Your COVID Checklist
What to do if you test positive to COVID-19 or if you've been told you are a contact. Visit the website for more information.

Rapid antigen tests
Advice for Victorians on when and how to use rapid antigen tests can be found at the website.
Under new pandemic orders that come into effect at 11.59pm tonight (6.1.2022), people who test positive on a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) will be considered probable cases and be subject to the same requirements as confirmed cases from a PCR test – they must isolate immediately for seven days and notify their contacts. It will be mandatory to report the result of a positive RAT to the Department of Health through an online form or by phone – ensuring people can access the care and information they need, including monitoring for worsening symptoms and financial support for isolation. A full Media Release from the Premier of Victoria can be downloaded here.

Confirmed case in the workplace- Updated 31/12/2021
Information and advice for businesses who have a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the workplace. Visit for more information on what to do. 

Density restrictions return for indoor entertainment and hospitality venues
Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley has announced a density limit of one person per two square metres will return to indoor entertainment and hospitality venues in Victoria. Visit the 9News website to watch the full update.