Home Medicine Service

posted 3 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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The Australian Government Department of Health, 23rd March 2020

The Home Medicines Service is available for people in home isolation and for vulnerable patient groups who wish to limit their potential exposure to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the community.

This service supports the use of home medicines delivery options available…

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Emergency relief program for those in mandatory self-isolation

posted 3 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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The program will be coordinated by the Red Cross in partnership with Foodbank Victoria and under the direction of the State Relief Coordinator.

The program has started and can be accessed by calling Victoria’s dedicated coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398. The hotline can also refer people to other support…

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How long does coronavirus last on surfaces?

posted 4 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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COVID-19 Electricity and Gas Network Relief Package

posted 4 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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From 1st April 2020 customers of leading energy infrastructure companies who are experiencing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic will be able to access, via their energy retailer, a suite of support as part of an Energy Network Relief Package.

The Energy Network Relief Package offers support to…

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Woolworths Basic Box home delivered for those unable to leave their house

posted 4 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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Woolworths has launched an emergency food hamper, packed with hard-to-find pantry staples, for those unable to leave the house. The Woolworths Basics Box will contain essentials like flour, sugar, toilet paper, soap, long-life milk, juice, cereal, crackers, breakfast spread (eg. Vegemite, honey, peanut butter), pasta and pasta sauce, tinned tuna,…

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COVID-19, getting help as a consumer

posted 4 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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Click here to see Choice articles and resources to help answer your consumer related questions about the COVID-19 Corona virus pandemic.

Family friendly COVID-19 resources including tips for how parents can manage

posted 4 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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See the Raising Children Network - Australian Parenting Website for resources and tips

Organising necessities from Winchelsea during the COVID-19 pandemic

posted 4 days ago by WurdaleCRG from Wurdale & Surrounds Recovers Network
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Growing Winchelsea wrote an article "Stay at Home", page 4 of the Winchelea Star on Tuesday 30th March providing current information about grocery shopping and delivery at the IGA and Mike O'Mara wrote a great summary "What's Open?" on page 23.

Check out the Stay at Home article here

Whilst…

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Test

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Wurdale Community Recovery Plan - Preview

posted 4 months ago by callumfairnie from LO*OP Center, Inc.
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A summary of the Wurdale Community Recovery Plan will be presented at the Wurdale XMAS party on 21st December 2019. A Copy of the plan can be found here

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posted 10 months ago by lizaloop from LO*OP Center, Inc.
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Welcome to Wurdale Community Recovery Hub!

posted about 1 year ago by Chris
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This site is designed to organize community preparedness and recovery in Peace River, British Columbia. This site was started by on January 31, 2019 and is managed by local organizations in the community.

Residents can request help or sign up to donate and volunteer by clicking on the buttons above.…

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