When to get tested
If you have any cold or flu-like symptoms, such as a cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath or
runny nose, you should get tested for COVID-19.
Where to get tested locally
If you are a contact of someone who has COVID-19, and you don’t have COVID-19 symptoms, you are recommended to use rapid antigen tests.
Looking after yourself or someone with COVID-19
For most people with COVID-19, recovering at home will the best option for care.
The Government has prepared this page explaining mild, worsening and severe symptoms and detailing how to effectively isolate at home away from others.
Public exposure sites
The Department of Health is no longer maintaining a list of public locations where there was a risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Victoria's isolation rules have changed. To see what you have to do if you have been told you are a contact, you can review the Government's checklists and information resources.
Where to get vaccinated
Barwon Health's Community Vaccination Hub at Norlane is taking bookings for booster doses and for children aged 5-11 years.
Alternatively, view other vaccination centres, seek out your closest respiratory clinic or ask your doctor for advice.
You can also get your COVID-19 vaccine through participating doctor's clinics, pharmacies, or community health services.
Find out more about COVID-19
The Victorian Government's Department of Health and Human Services has the most up-to-date information and resources available on their website.
Victorian Government information about COVID-19
Check current restrictions
The latest information on restrictions, mask requirements and COVID-Safe measures can be found via the Victorian Government website.
Victorian COVID-19 restrictions