COVID-19 Alert: 3 February – new South East Melbourne red zones

Following a person in the south east of Melbourne testing positive to COVID-19, a number of sites have been declared designated red zones.

The person visited multiple sites listed below. All these sites are now designated red zones.

If you visited any of the designated red zone sites during the times listed, you must:

  1. Get tested immediately.
  2. Isolate for 14 days. Do not attend work.
  3. Contact your manager.
  4. Contact the COVID-19 Employee Hotline on 959 45815 (7am to 7pm – 7 days a week).
  5. Contact DHHS on 1300 651 160.

The exposure sites will be added to Emergency Department and visitor screening processes.

Current red zone exposure sites

This list will change as the situation evolves. You can view an up-to-date list of Victorian exposure locations here.

Saturday 30 January 2021
Club Noble in Noble Park46-56 Moodemere St Noble Park VIC 317414:36 – 15:30
Aces Sporting Club (Driving Range)Cnr Springvale Rd and Hutton Rd, Keysborough, VIC 317322:00 – 23:15
Sunday 31 January 2021
Northpoint Café Brighton2b North Road, Brighton VIC 318608:10 – 09:30
Kmart KeysboroughParkmore Keysborough Shopping Centre, C/317 Cheltenham Rd, Keysborough VIC 317316:00 – 17:00
Kmart Brandon ParkBrandon Park Shopping Centre, Cnr Springvale & Ferntree Gully Rds, Brandon Park VIC 317016:35 – 17:10
Coles Springvale825 Dandenong Rd, Springvale VIC 317117:00 – 18:00
Monday 1 February 2021
Bunnings Springvale849 Princes Hwy, Springvale VIC 317111:28 – 12:15
Melbourne Golf Academy385 Centre Dandenong Rd, Heatherton VIC 320217:19 – 18:36

Additional capacity at screening clinics

We will be providing additional capacity at each of our screening clinics to support the expected increase in demand for testing.

New statewide restrictions

New statewide restrictions come into effect from 11:59pm Wednesday, 3 February.

  • The limit of the number of people gathering in a household will be reduced from 30 to 15, (excluding children under 12 months of age).
  • Masks will be mandatory in public indoor spaces.
  • If you have visitors in your home, it is strongly recommended that masks are worn during the visit.
  • Masks must be worn in indoor public spaces apart from when eating or drinking.

Updated advice for screening teams

All managers are requested to share these updates with their teams and discuss at stand-ups and handovers. Please print a copy and display it in communication books and on employee noticeboards.

As advice and information evolve, please consult the latest updates and visit the Department of Health and Human Services and Monash Health COVID-19 website for employees regularly for the latest.

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