Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services has urged the state’s residents to stop trying to find ways to avoid restrictions aimed at keeping coronavirus numbers down.
In an ad posted to Facebook, the DHHS tells Victorians “Don’t be a loopholer” while also declaring they have been “incredible”.
“You’ve rolled with a difficult and incredibly dynamic situation and come together (while apart) in ways no one could have imagined,” the post read.
Visitors to Karalee Coles and Ipswich Garden Centre in Karalee on September 4 are asked to monitor their health and get tested if they develop COVID-19 symptoms.
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