Victorian COVID Restrictions: From 27 July 2021
From midnight Tuesday 27 July there is no requirement to stay at home and unrestricted travel is permitted within Victoria.
Facemasks must be carried at all times and must be worn both indoors and outdoors unless at home or if an exemption applies.
For higher education, the health order remains ‘if you can study from home, you should continue to study at home.’
Therefore, all CTC classes, research and meetings will continue in remote delivery mode for at least the next two weeks. Our aim is to resume scheduled onsite classes as soon as the health restrictions permit. At the same time, we will ensure any students affected by border restrictions or quarantine orders can continue studies remotely.
Since travel is now unrestricted, the Mannix Library Click & Collect Service will resume from tomorrow Wednesday 28 July. For orders please contact Mannix Library.
While we cannot yet enjoy the pre-lockdown conditions, we rejoice with those who can return to work and school as restrictions ease.
With prayers and good wishes to your families, parishes and religious communities as we confront yet another upsetting lockdown. Please be attentive to impacts to your physical, spiritual and mental health due to the continuing uncertainty and disruption. If you need support, make contact with your regular health professional, pastoral ministry provider, or the Catholic Care Counselling Service.
Once again, we are grateful to all those working so hard in the community to track and contain this current outbreak.
- University of Divinity
- Vox News
- Department of Education, Skills and Employment Factsheet for Universities
- Australian Government Department of Health – Coronavirus Alert
- Victorian Department of Health and Human Services – Coronavirus Alert
- Smart Traveller Website
- World Health Organisation – Coronavirus