Childcare services during COVID-19

Public Health Order - Victoria Outbreak

NSW Health has issued a new Public Health Order (PHO) to address the risk associated with the Victorian outbreak.

NSW residents returning from Victoria are required to self-isolate for 14 days if they have visited a hotspot.

Childcare services

Any family members who have visited a COVID-19 hotspot and are returning to an IWC Children’s Service are required to follow the steps below:

  1. Confirm whether you/any members of your family/household are returning from or visited any of the listed COVID-19 hotspots in Victoria.
  2. Adhere to NSW Health measures and self-isolate for a period of 14 days from the day you visited the hotspot in accordance with the Public Health Order.
  3. Confidentially – advise the Centre Coordinator in writing if your family is self-isolating. 

The situation is evolving rapidly, and this advice may change over the next day or so. Current COVID-19 hotspots include:

• Bayside City
• Boroondara City
• Brimbank City
• Cardinia Shire
• Casey City
• Darebin City
• Frankston City
• Glen Eira City 
• Greater Dandenong City
• Greater Geelong City
• Hobsons Bay City 
  • Hume City
• Kingston City
• Knox City
• Macedon Ranges Shire
• Manningham City
• Maribyrnong City
• Maroondah City
• Melbourne City
• Melton City
• Mitchell Shire
• Monash City
• Moonee Valley City 

• Moorabool Shire
• Moreland City
• Mornington Peninsula
• ShireMurrindindi Shire,
• Nillumbik Shire
• Port Phillip City
• Stonnington City
• 
Whitehorse City
• Whittlesea City
• Wyndham City
• Yarra City
• Yarra Ranges Shire 

 

If you require additional information, please contact the Service Coordinator for the Centre. 


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Page last updated: 22 Sep 2020