COVID-19

Dental restrictions to ease from 28 September

16 September 2020

Dental restrictions to ease from 28 September

The ADAVB welcomes the announcement today to lift the restriction to provide only urgent dental care from 28 September 2020.

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Call on government to remove restrictions on accessing necessary dental care

11 September 2020

Call on government to remove restrictions on accessing necessary dental care

The ADAVB is calling on the Victorian Government to remove the restrictions to only perform urgent dental treatment.

Media Releases | COVID-19 | Dental Health
Victorian dentists call on government to remove restrictions

11 September 2020

Victorian dentists call on government to remove restrictions

The ADAVB is calling on the Victorian Government to remove the restrictions to only perform urgent dental treatment in the interests of the health of people in Melbourne

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FAQs

FAQs

Find helpful answers to a compilation of frequently asked questions by our members.

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COVID Safe Plans required throughout Victoria

07 August 2020

COVID Safe Plans required throughout Victoria

Every employer in Victoria must have a COVID Safe Plan in place for their workplace by 11.59pm on 7 August 2020

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Urgent dental care mandated

06 August 2020

Urgent dental care mandated

All dental practices in metropolitan Melbourne but must only provide urgent care.

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Worker permits

05 August 2020

Worker permits

From 11:59pm Wednesday 5 August, employers must issue a worker permit to their employees.

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COVID-19 update to dental restrictions in Melbourne and regional Victoria

04 August 2020

COVID-19 update to dental restrictions in Melbourne and regional Victoria

The ADAVB is providing leadership in these uncertain times and proactively working to help members navigate through this crisis.

News | Advocacy | COVID-19
Border closures impacting on community’s oral health

24 July 2020

Border closures impacting on community’s oral health

The ADAVB is concerned about the impact that the NSW border closure is having on the oral health of border communities.

Media Releases | COVID-19 | Dental Health

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