The Victorian Government is making extra resources available to kindergartens to help children learning at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Victorian Government will support thousands more Victorians who have lost work due to coronavirus and ensure they are redeployed doing jobs our community needs to stay safe and rebuild from the pandemic.
Victorians with a disability, their families and carers will have better access to health services and much needed respite during the coronavirus pandemic, with a funding boost from the Victorian Government.
The Victorian Government will provide a further $491 million in tax relief to help save businesses and jobs, and freeze a host of fees, charges and levies to reduce the financial burden on households in another package to support Victorian businesses, workers and families through the coronavirus crisis.
More than 55,000 samples have been taken in the first week of Victoria’s coronavirus testing blitz – as the Victorian Government continues the push for more people to visit one of more than 90 sites across the state to get tested.
The Victorian Government is giving some of the state‘s favourite wildlife attractions a financial lifeline to help them get through the coronavirus pandemic and save nearly 800 jobs.
The Victorian Government has announced further support to help much loved pubs, clubs and restaurants survive the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and rebound strongly on the other side of the crisis.
Thousands of Victorian families are seeing their doctor from the comfort of their home as part of a telehealth boom at The Royal Children’s Hospital, as coronavirus changes the way we access healthcare.
The Victorian Government’s mediation service to help small and medium business tenants and landlords reach a fair agreement in rent disputes arising as a result of coronavirus is up and running.
The Victorian Government is providing more support for Victorian businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic to get to the other side of the crisis.
To help keep Victorians connected – and help keep our creators creating – the Victorian Government has launched Victoria Together, a new online portal showcasing the best our state has to offer from live music and comedy, to the amazing animals at Melbourne Zoo.
Police, firefighters and other frontline workers will get access to free accommodation if they need to self-isolate due to coronavirus.
Six new mobile coronavirus testing sites across Melbourne will open today, as part of the Victorian Government’s blitz to test up to 100,000 people in two weeks.
International students will receive a relief payment of up to $1,100 as part of a Victorian Government emergency support package that will help tens of thousands of people across our state.
Up to 100,000 Victorians will be tested for coronavirus over the next two weeks as part of a major testing blitz across the State, to better understand how the virus is spreading in the community and set us up for the potential easing of restrictions.
Victoria’s resources sector is stepping up to help keep the state running – from the everyday essentials we rely on at home and at work to the materials driving the state’s nation-leading construction program.
The Victorian Government has set up a dedicated taskforce to help keep the state’s building and development industry running through the coronavirus crisis, while announcing the approval of four new projects worth more than $1.5 billion dollars.
Ardeer families will be able to ditch the dreaded double drop-off and access kindergarten and school on the same site, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.