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Coronavirus (COVID-19)
restrictions in Victoria.

Restrictions are currently in place in Victoria. Effective 11.59pm on Tuesday, 12 May
2020, we’re telling Victorians there are only 5 reasons to be out:

  • shopping for what you need – food and essential supplies
  • medical, care or compassionate needs
  • exercise in compliance with the public gathering requirements, up to 10
    people, following social distancing rules
  • work and study if you can’t work or learn remotely
  • visiting friends and family – if you really need to – up to 5 people indoors and
    10 people outdoors
  • weddings: up to10 people in total
  • funerals: up to 20 mourners allowed inside, 30 mourners allowed outdoors
  • places of worship are closed, however up to 10 people may enter if pre-
    arranged and social distancing rules are followed.
  • Victorian Government Schools will begin a phased return to classrooms from
    May 26

Police can issue fines for non-compliance with these restrictions.
Please see the Victorian Government website for more details: www.vic.gov.au

World Interfaith Harmony Week Webinar Series

Throughout 2019, the Parliament will be convening successful interfaith organizers to share World Interfaith Harmony Week experiences in order to help individuals, organizations, and organizers around the world as guests of the Parliament’s World Interfaith Harmony Week Webinar Series.

On Winning 1st Place

Hosted by the Parliament of the World’s Religions

Monday February 11, 2019 1pm AEDT


Rev. Helen Summers representing the Interfaith Center of Melbourne, first place winners of the 2018 World Interfaith Harmony Week, share the inspiration for their event, what their success has meant for their center, and what they hope for their future and the future of WIHW in Australia.


    • Rev. Helen Summers, Founder & Director of the Interfaith Centre of Melbourne
    • Swami Sunishthananda, Vedanta Centre of Melbourne
    • Rabbi Jonathan Keren-Black, Australian Religious Response to Climate Change

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