Face Coverings In Victoria
What has changed
From 11:59pm on Sunday 2 August 2020, all Victorians must wear a face covering when they leave home, no matter where they live.
A face covering needs to be worn covering both your nose and mouth.
There are a number of lawful excuses for not wearing a face covering.
If you require routine repeat scripts, you can access the script clinic on weekdays between the hours of 2.00pm – 3.00pm.
The script clinic offers short appointments for a routine repeat script only.
To access the script clinic you are required to have a full consultation at least every 6 months to be eligible for this service.
This is a Bulk Billed service.
People who get vaccinated are at lower risk of getting an infection (and developing serious disease) than those who do not.
Getting a flu shot also means you help to protect other people, including those who are too sick or too young to be vaccinated, as well as vulnerable groups such as babies, people over 65 years and pregnant women.
The more people who are vaccinated in the community, the less likely the flu will spread.
Flu clinics are usually held prior to the onset of Winter in April and May each year.
You can make an appointment via our receptionist closer to these months on (02) 6030 5500.