Reporting your positive rapid antigen test result
If you test positive on a rapid antigen test, you are a case.
You must report your positive rapid antigen test result as soon as you can.
You are no longer required to wear a face mask in most indoor settings, but wearing a mask remains recommended.
You must always carry your mask when leaving home. There are still some situations in which face masks are mandatory.
For more details, visit the Victorian Government Coronavirus website.
QR code check in requirements only apply in vaccinated economy venues where you are currently required to show your vaccination status.
For the latest on when, where and how to check in, visit the Victorian Government website.
Taking the following actions will help to keep you and your community safe:
- wash your hands regularly, including before you leave and when you return home
- keep at least 1.5 metres between yourself and others
- cough and sneeze into your elbow
- never go out if you are unwell unless it is to get tested, then you must go straight home and stay there until you receive your test results
Victorian daily updates
Visit the Victorian Government Coronavirus website for the latest updates, including current restrictions.
Victoria Police are issuing fines for breaches of these restrictions. To report any breaches of COVID-19 restrictions, call the Victoria Police Assistance Line on 131 444.
Council service changes
For a full list of venue closures and service changes in the City of Port Phillip, see Events, Service and Program Changes.
The Victorian Government has provided translated coronavirus information online in a number of languages.