Nicole McCartney is the Chief Aboriginal Health Adviser for Victoria. Nicole role is one she takes seriously. Her mob is Yorta Yorta... health care and community is a passion that has driven her for many years. Nicole yarns to Gman about the latest updates Premier Daniel Andrews gave us over the weekend and what it means to mob. Facing challenges such as coronavirus (COVID-19) is not new to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, as we have responded to many different emergencies for many years.
However, this will take all of us working together to keep us strong, safe and well.
From 11:59pm on 13 September stage 4 restrictions will change The curfew across metropolitan Melbourne will be eased to 9pm to 5am. Restrictions on public gatherings ease - 2 people or a household can meet outdoors for 2 hours maximum. If you live alone or are a single parent with all your children under 18 you will be able to have 1 nominated visitor to your home.