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کووید ۱۹: تشخیص عالئم ویروس کروناCOVID19
Update for Communities
Dear Community Representative,
Thank you for your ongoing support to your community members, particularly during the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope the following information is useful.
COVID-19 visa concessions
From 19 September 2020, a number of concessions will be available for certain visa holders impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 concession period commences from 1 February 2020 and is an interim arrangement. More information about COVID-19 concessions is available on the Home Affairs website.
COVID-19 and the border
For information about Australia’s immigration and border arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic, see COVID-19 and the border. This website is updated regularly and contains information about leaving, staying in, coming to and transiting Australia as well as other important topics. Parts of this website can be translated into 60 languages.
Mental Health Support during COVID-19
The Department of Health has published a list of Digital and telephone supports for mental health during COVID-19. The English version is attached. Translations will be published online shortly. In the meantime, contact us for translations of this document in one of the 60 most spoken languages.
Grant and funding information
Did you know that you can subscribe to receive emails about new and upcoming grants and funding opportunities from the federal government? You can subscribe at the bottom of the Community Grants Hub homepage or by creating an account with Grant Connect.
Your feedback is vital to the Department and informs policy, decision making and government messaging. We welcome engagement and encourage you to contact us by email with questions or feedback about community concerns, government messaging, community misconceptions or racism and discrimination. Feel free to share this email with others, but in the interests of ensuring the information remains accurate, please do not make any alterations to the content.
Community Engagement Team Victoria / Tasmania
Department of Home Affairs