VIC Lockdown 5.0 - What Support Is Available? Summary

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VIC Lockdown 5.0 - Support Summary

Updated 29 July 2021


Support is available if you are impacted by the Victorian lockdowns declared on 15 July 2021.


BUSINESS SUPPORT

A new series of grants have been announced to support Victorian business. Here’s what we know so far:


INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT

There are two payments accessible to individuals:

  1. the COVID-19 Disaster Payment; and,
  2. the Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment.

COVID-19 DISASTER PAYMENT


PANDEMIC LEAVE DISASTER PAYMENT

HOW TO APPLY FOR SUPPORT

You can apply for the COVID-19 Disaster Payment through your MyGov account if you have created and linked a Centrelink account.

Apply for the Pandemic Leave Payment by phoning Services Australia on 180 22 66.

Further information

We will continue to update this page as the Victorian Government refines and further details their plans for financial support for Victorians.

We continue to operate remotely and our service to you is unwavering. Please reach out to us via phone on 03 5911 7000 or contact us online for assistance with understanding Lockdown 5.0.


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The material and contents provided in this publication are informative in nature only. It is not intended to be advice and you should not act specifically on the basis of this information.  If expert assistance is required, professional advice should be obtained.


Updated 19 July 2021

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