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Mask up indoors

Following changes to COVID-19 restrictions announced by the Victorian Government, masks must now be worn in all indoor settings by Victorians aged 8 and up, except private homes.

Thursday 23 December 2021

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This includes Council offices, libraries and gallery.

Masks must also be worn at major events attracting more than 30,000 people but can be removed while people are seated outdoors. You can read the Acting Premier's statement here.

Council’s mandatory vaccination policy continues to apply to all visitors aged 18+.You must be fully vaccinated to visit a Council building and show proof of your vaccination. To see the accepted forms of vaccination proof, visit the Victorian Department of Health website.

We will continue to review our visitor vaccination policy as conditions change.

Council facilities

Council’s mandatory vaccination policy continues to apply to all visitors aged 18+.You must be fully vaccinated to visit a Council building and show proof of your vaccination. To see the accepted forms of vaccination proof, visit the Victorian Department of Health website.

We will continue to review our visitor vaccination policy as conditions change.

If you are unvaccinated

Unvaccinated residents can continue to access Council’s services via online, telephone or in certain circumstances, by appointment including:

Boosters now available – children soon

COVID-19 vaccinations are now available if you had your second jab more than 5 months ago. The Victorian Government is ramping up its delivery of the third jab so book your appointment today.

Find out more about boosters and jabs for kids.

Remember the COVID-19 basics

With the easing of restrictions while case numbers are high, it’s up to all of us to be COVIDSafe.

This includes checking in wherever you go, wearing a mask when required, practicing good hand hygiene and getting tested if you have any symptoms.

If you need assistance

We are here to assist the Bayside community during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • to access Council services if you are not fully vaccinated
  • to obtain certification of your COVID-19 vaccination status
  • to book and/or travel to a COVID-19 vaccination appointment
  • help to isolate due to COVID-19.

Please contact us at relief@bayside.vic.gov.au or on 9599 4444 for assistance.