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New research commissioned by NTV

No to Violence commissioned a survey by Stable Research to see how the physical restrictions and lock down were affecting men and whether they knew…


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3 days ago

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No to Violence is seeking clarification about what the new restrictions announced by Hon Dan Andrews, the Premier of Victoria, today will mean for our members and their programs. Much of this will come from further announcements tomorrow.

But what we do know is:
- A state of disaster will commence from 6pm this evening.
- In metropolitan Melbourne, people need to stay within 5km of their homes. There is a curfew between 8pm and 5am. Only one person from a household can go shopping or exercise. These activities are restricted to a maximum of once a day. No recreational exercise (i.e. golf, tennis, etc)
- Regional Victoria will move to stage three restrictions from 11:59pm, Wednesday 3 August 2020. This will include Mitchell Shire.

More information about how these restrictions will impact workplaces will be provided by the Victorian Government tomorrow. Please reach out to if you have any questions and we will consolidate and pass on to the Victorian Government.

To our members, we are sorry this has happened please stay safe. This will have massive impacts on staff and clients. And we are committed to doing as much as we can to support.
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