After being closed due to COVID-19 concerns and protests, the Victorian Government has announced today that construction work will be allowed to continue on Tuesday the 5th of October. There will still be strict conditions that companies will have to follow on their return to work in order to be COVID safe.
Last night it was announced by the Premier of Victoria that there will be a construction shutdown, effective from 11:59pm Monday the 20th of September, due to recent protests and increasing cases linked to the construction industry.
In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 amongst construction workers on site, the Victorian Government has released new restrictions for all construction workers as of the 16th of September 2021. Most importantly, by 11:59pm on Thursday the 23rd of September, anyone who attends a construction site must have had the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination.
Originally posted by Master Plumbers Vic on 13/09/2021. The message from the Victorian Government couldn’t be clearer, we are on notice to do more or close. Around one-third of COVID cases in Victoria are now linked to construction.
As of 30th March 2021, there has been a reform to the Victorian Residential Tenancies Act which has created over 130 new rules and regulations rental providers must follow when renting out their property.
Yesterday, the Victorian Premier announced that the current lockdown affecting Greater Melbourne would be extended until the 2nd of September, 2021, and harsher restrictions would be put in effect for those in the construction industry