Public Health Alert – Victoria

NSW Health continues to closely monitor the situation in Victoria as local health authorities investigate the COVID-19 case detected in the Greater Melbourne community.

People arriving in New South Wales from the Greater Melbourne area from 6am on Wednesday 12 May must complete a declaration which confirms they have not attended a venue of concern. These declaration forms will be available on the Service NSW website.

We require all travellers who have arrived from the Greater Melbourne area since Thursday 6 May to check the Victoria Department of Health and Human Services website and immediately follow the outlined public health advice.

If they have attended any of the venues identified at the times listed, they must also contact NSW Health immediately on 1800 943 553.

These declaration forms provide critical information to enable NSW Health to contact travellers if required and is for all travellers who intend to enter NSW by air, road and rail having been in Greater Melbourne in the previous 14 days.

This form includes contact details and confirmation of whether people have been to any venues of concern. Declaration forms must be completed within the 24-hour period prior to entering NSW, or on entry to NSW.

The Greater Melbourne area includes the following council areas: Banyule City, Bayside City, Boroondara City, Brimbank City, Cardinia Shire, Casey City, Darebin City, Frankston City, Glen Eira City, Greater Dandenong City, Greater Geelong City, Hobsons Bay City, Hume City, Kingston City, Knox City, Macedon Ranges Shire, Manningham City, Maribyrnong City, Maroondah City, Melbourne City, Melton City, Mitchell Shire, Monash City, Moonee Valley City, Moorabool Shire, Moreland City, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Murrindindi Shire, Nillumbik Shire, Port Phillip City, Stonnington City, Whitehorse City, Whittlesea City, Wyndham City, Yarra City, and Yarra Ranges Shire.

There are more than 300 COVID-19 testing locations across NSW, many of which are open seven days a week. To find your nearest clinic, visit COVID-19 testing clinics or contact your GP.