Public health restrictions extended: Casey 20 July

The lockdown for the entire state of Victoria has been extended for a further seven days starting from 11.59 pm on Tuesday 20 July.

This means there are still only five reasons to leave your home: shopping for necessary goods; caregiving or compassionate reasons; for authorised work; exercise for up to two-hours per day; and to receive a vaccination.

Exercise and shopping is limited to five kilometres from your home and time limits apply. If there are no shops in your five-kilometre radius, you can travel to the ones closest to you. Only one person per household, once per day may go shopping.

Face masks need to be worn inside and outdoors – everywhere except your own home.

The City of Casey Customer Service counters at Bunjil Place and Cranbourne remain closed until the lockdown ends, as is the broader Bunjil Place precinct. You can still contact us by phone from Monday to Friday between 8.00 am and 6.00 pm on 9705 5200, or by using the live-chat on our website

Indoor community facilities remain closed, including indoor sports facilities and swimming pools. Libraries and library return chutes are closed and there will be no click and collect. For more library information, please visit the CCLC website.

Our Youth Information Centres are closed, however, Youth Counselling and Support continues to provide services through telehealth and limited face to face services.

The L2P Learner Driver Program is temporarily halted as are school crossing service for the duration of the lockdown.

Kindergartens and Family Day care are OPEN, and our Maternal Child Health centres are OPEN.

Playgrounds will remain OPEN, as will Wilson Botanic Park and the Old Cheese Factory, however a reminder that these facilities can only be used for exercise by residents who live within a 5km radius and face masks must be worn.

Essential Community Care services, such as meals on wheels, in-home services and volunteer transport will continue to operate.

For a full list of restrictions in Victoria, please see the DHHS website.

For an updated list of exposure sites, please visit the case locations and outbreaks page on the DHHS website.

To find out where your closest testing clinic is, visit the testing clinics page on the Monash Health website.

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