VIC Government (Inquiry into COVID-19 response) Business & Community Impact

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Inquiry into the Victorian Government’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic (Submissions) (01)

  • All are PDFs
    • I have not had an opportunity to download/read them all yet
    • These were public submissions to the government inquiry to do with Victoria’s Lockdown
    • Submissions were welcome from the public up to Nov 2020.

Business & Community impact

(of lockdown & other COVID-19 response measures)

Submissions from Official Organizations in various sectors:

Aboriginal Community

Aged & Palliative Care

Animal Welfare

Business, Retail, Industry, Agriculture

Disadvantaged members of the community

Drugs & Alcohol

Education

Financial Wellbeing, Debt, Unemployment

Health & Wellbeing

Housing & Real Estate

Legal

Migrant Support, Multicultural Support

Parents

Public Transport

Young People

Volunteer Sector

  • Volunteering Victoria (covers every sector including advocacy, aged care, animal, arts, community services, disability, education, emergency services, environment, faith-based, health, heritage, justice, legal, local government, men’s sheds, mental health, migrant services, museums, neighbourhood houses, recreation, seniors, sport, tourism)

Government Responses

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