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Newsletter 1 - 30 March 2020

 Looking after yourself and your families

 Caring for your animals

 Changes to our services

 Emergency Relief Assistance

 Business Support

Newsletter 2 - 3 April 2020

 Stage 3 Restrictions now in force

 Supported Playgroups

 Australia Post still delivering

 Looking after yourself Part 2

 Animal update

 Funding for Meals on Wheels

 Some useful contacts

Newsletter 3 - 15 April 2020

 A message from the Mayor

 Learn the facts

 IGA Priority Shop

 Red Cross Update

 Ideas for Healthy Living

 Keeping the community connected

Newsletter 4 - 22 April 2020

 A message from the Mayor

 Care Facility Visit Restrictions

 Food Relief and Food Supplies

 Bacchus Marsh Rotary Update

 Bill Support from Water Authorities

 Some Useful Contacts

 Tips for Staying Safe Online

Newsletter 5 - 6 May 2020
 A message from the Mayor
 Financial assistance
 Looking after our animals
 Fever Testing Clinics
 Help for Central Highlands Water customers
 Crossword puzzle

Newsletter 6 - 11 May 2020

 Our Mayor’s Message

 Supported Playgroups

 Stay Home but Stay Connected

 Mental Health Support

 Tips to Stay Calm and Healthy

 Quiz Questions and a Word Search

Newsletter 7 - 4 June 2020
 St John Ambulance Transport Service
 Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions
 Community Flu Vaccination Clinic
 Help Your Neighbour Campaign
 Puzzle Pages

Newsletter 8  - June 2020

While some restrictions are being eased, we would encourage everyone to continue to limit your movements so we slow the spread of the virus.

Newsletter 9 - July 2020

In these challenging times it’s important to look after each other. If you’re a carer, you have a disability, or you need some help with shopping, you’re feeling anxious and lonely, or you’re unsure about the current restrictions, there is help available.

Newsletter 10 - August 2020

Reusable Face Masks for Vulnerable Victorians: The Department of Health and Human Services through Moorabool Shire’s CASI Community Connector program have received a limited number of reusable face masks to support vulnerable residents within Moorabool Shire to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Last Updated:

Monday, 25 May, 2020 - 16:46