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Visitor Restrictions at BDH 14 July 2020

After careful consideration we wish to inform you all that BDH will return to lockdown for all visitors, from Mid-day (1200) today.  This is due as a result of the rapidly changing situation with COVID 19 in communities across Victoria.  Unless for exceptional circumstances we will not accept visitors to BDH from this time.

We have discussed this in detail earlier this morning with the senior management team, and we have also contacted neighbouring health services to determine their current situations.  We are united across the Loddon Shire that this is the best approach for our communities at this time.

This decision has been made with the health, wellbeing and safety of all patients, residents and staff as the number one priority.  We will inform all families via email and phone calls today and will also update our Facebook page accordingly.  This decision was not made lightly as we all know the importance of social and family support, but at this time, the risk of potential spread into our community is too great.

Once the current situation settles to a level that it is deemed safe to once again allow visitors into BDH, we will again open our doors for family and friends to visit.  However, at this stage it is unclear when this may occur.

What this means…

  1. Any visitor must be pre authorised by either DCS/NUM and only for exceptional circumstances.

  2. That visitor will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and require evidence of influenza vaccination.

  3. Visitor must wear a mask. meet the resident in their room and maintain social distancing.

  4. Only one visitor at a time

  5. Visitor should only stay up to 15 minutes.

  6. These restrictions will be reviewed and updated in line with the region and department directives.

Statement From the Premier 30 June 2020


Story Collection during Covid-19

Women’s Health Loddon Mallee believes that everyone has a story to tell, and that these stories are important. Data is being collected all over the globe during the Covid-19 pandemic, and we want to ensure that the unique and diverse stories from the Loddon Mallee are captured. We would like to invite women, men, and gender diverse people across our region to share their experiences, feelings, observations, struggles and successes during the Covid-19 pandemic. 
We are collecting this qualitative data through an online survey, which can be found at www.surveymonkey.com/r/RGTXX95.   We would like to invite you to participate in telling your story and would kindly appreciate you sharing this invitation with your networks and community members.   The information collected through this process will help to inform future practice and initiatives. The second aim of this project is to provide people with a safe space to share their thoughts. Due to this, there is the opportunity to participate without giving consent to WHLM to use or share the story.   If consent is given to WHLM to use the story, all stories will first be de-identified. 

If you have any questions about this project, don’t hesitate to email at acolquhoun@whlm.org.au. 

National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce

The National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce is a collaboration of peak health professional bodies across Australia whose members are providing clinical care to people with COVID-19. The taskforce is undertaking continuous evidence surveillance to identify and rapidly synthesise emerging research in order to provide national, evidence-based guidelines and clinical flowcharts for the clinical care of people with COVID-19. The guidelines address questions that are specific to managing COVID-19 and cover the full disease course across mild, moderate, severe and critical illness. These are ‘living’ guidelines, updated with new research in near real-time in order to give reliable, up-to-the minute advice to clinicians providing frontline care in this unprecedented global health crisis.

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Common questions you may want to ask residential aged care services about COVID-19


Stay COVID Free - Do the 3

Feeling Unwell? Get tested.

Guidelines for Residential Aged Care Facility visitation - 18 May 2020 & Industry Code for Residential Aged Care Homes During COVID-19

Guidelines for RACF visitation - 18 May 2020

Industry Code for Residential Aged Care Homes During COVID-19

The Industry Code for Visiting Residential Aged Care Homes during COVID-19

The Industry Code for Visiting Residential Aged Care Homes During COVID-19 Read More


BDH Staff  will seek appropriate evidence of immunisation status from individuals seeking to enter the residential aged care facility.

Appropriate evidence may be a statement or record from a health practitioner; or an immunisation history statement available from Medicare online or the Express Plus Medicare mobile app.


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Loddon Shire Service Contacts

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COVID-19 Screening and Assessment Clinic

Testing is now being offered to all

Covid-19 Factsheet - Break the Chain of Infection

Break the Chain of Infection - Stopping COVID-19 by following these steps

  • Washing your hands
  • Covering your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your inner elbow
  • Disposing of used tissue in bin immediately
  • Practising social distancing
  • Using personal protective equipment appropriately
  • Cleaning frequently touched surfaces
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Download the COVIDSafe App

Download the COVIDSafe app today to keep yourself and your community safe by helping our health workers to notify you quickly if you’ve come in contact with someone who has Coronavirus.

With your privacy protected by law, COVIDSafe keeps a secure note of other users you’ve been near if you have to go out. So, if they test positive for Coronavirus, you’ll be notifi ed. It’ll help us stop the spread sooner, so we can all get back to the things we love.

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Factsheet for residential aged care services, residents and visitors COVID-19 – 12 April 2020

Who should read this?

This factsheet is for residential aged care facilities, residents and visitors during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

Who can access or visit aged care services?

Access to residential aged care facilities has been restricted to essential services only to prevent introduction of coronavirus into the facility and transmission within the facility.

Family and loved ones can still visit aged care services. However, there will be restrictions.

All visitors entering a residential care facility will be required to undertake screening before entering the facility and must comply with infection control measures as directed by the residential aged care facility.

For dates and information about the State of Emergency please visit https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

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COVID-19 Factsheet - Influenza vaccination advice for residential aged care staff and visitors – 28 April 2020

Who should read this? This factsheet is for residential aged care providers, staff and visitors, including health practitioners and volunteers.

We encourage everyone to take every possible step to help stop the spread of flu this winter and protect our health system.

Influenza vaccinations for staff and visitors in aged care services

All people attending a residential aged care service, other than residents, must now have an up to date influenza vaccination (if such a vaccination is available to them) in order to be present on the premises.

Aged care providers are required to take all reasonable steps to ensure that these directions are being followed and a person does not enter or remain on the premises if they do not meet the influenza vaccination requirements. There are penalties that apply for the individual and for businesses that do not comply.

This advice conforms with the Deputy Chief Health Officer of Victoria’s Care Facilities Directions (No. 2). The Directions are in accordance with the declared a state of emergency throughout the State of Victoria due to the serious risk to public health in Victoria from coronavirus (COVID-19) and are consistent with the decisions made by National Cabinet announced by the Prime Minister on 18 March 2020.

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Boort District Health - We are here to support the Boort community during the COVID-19 pandemic

Boort District Health - We are here to support the Boort community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More

Media Release - Premier Daniel Andrews - MAJOR CORONAVIRUS TESTING BLITZ TARGETS 100,000

Up to 100,000 Victorians will be tested for coronavirus over the next two weeks as part of a major testing blitz across the State, to better understand how the virus is spreading in the community and set us up for the potential easing of restrictions.

Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Health Jenny Mikakos today announced the massive expansion of testing, which will help inform decisions about slowly lifting restrictions, ahead of the State of Emergency being reviewed on 11 May.

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COVID 19 - Identifying the Symptoms

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Ten ways to reduce your risk of coronavirus

Ten ways to reduce your risk of coronavirus

Simple Steps to Stop the Spread

Simple steps you can take to help stop the spread of COVID-19. They include: 
  • cough or sneeze into your arm
  • use a tissue
  • bin the tissue
  • wash your hands

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Good Hygiene is in your hands

Good hand washing practices to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Read More

Loddon LGA Health Information

Loddon LGA Health Information - Contacts

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Boort District Medical Centre

Boort District Medical Centre

Patient Information Sheet

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