28th July, 2021
Victoria will have restrictions eased from 11:59pm on Tuesday the 27th of July, 2021.
This includes the following:
- Must be carried at all times.
- Must be worn at all times when indoors (Mildura Central Shopping Centre) and outdoors, except if at home, or if a lawful exception applies.
Check In via. Service Victoria App
- Check in upon entry of the centre and at each retailer that you visit, using the Service Victoria app, even if your visit is less than 15 minutes.
Goods and Services:
- Retail is open, with a density quotient of 1 person per 4 sqm. While shopping you need to respect the limit of allowed patrons in a retail setting. This limit on patrons is in place to ensure everyone in the shop can keep 1.5 metres distance from each other.
- Beauty and Personal Care Services are open, with a density quotient of 1 person per 4 sqm. Customers can remove their mask for services, however must put them back on once the service has completed.
Restaurants, Cafes and Food Courts:
- Restaurants and cafes are open for seated service only with a maximum patron cap of 100 per venue, however for a venue smaller than 100sqm can have up to 25 people per venue before the density quotient applies. There is a maximum on group bookings of 10 people. The limit on customers for seated, dine-in service is in place to ensure everyone can keep 1.5 metres distance.
- Food courts will re-open with a density quotient of 1 person per 4sq and QR codes must be displayed at every table.
What actions do I need to take when shopping?
Before you leave home:
- If you feel unwell and have any symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) stay home, seek medical advice and get tested. Stay home while you wait for your test result.
- You must wear a face mask when you leave home, unless a lawful exception applies.
When you are out shopping:
- Wear a face mask when you leave home, unless a lawful exception applies.
- Check in at the centre entrances and at each individual tenancy that you visit.
- Wash or sanitise your hands regularly.
- Cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow.
- Check the limit of customers allowed in each shop and wait your turn if there are already the permitted number of customers inside a shop.
- Keep at least 1.5 metres distance between yourself and others, including while queuing.
- Avoid crowded indoor areas like parking ticket machines and entrances as much as possible.
- Wash your hands when you get home.
On behalf of our retailers, we thank you for your support throughout this challenging time. For the full list of restrictions, latest health advice and to stay informed, please head to https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covidsafe-settings.