December – State and Federal COVID-19 support update

 

The following links are to the latest state and federal government plans, schemes, programs, and initiatives to help businesses and individuals manage the impact of yet more COVID-19 restrictions.

 

 

Covid resources updated 1-12-2021

We have added some new links under States and Territories that help further clarify what each is offering.

Let’s hope the new strain (Omicron) does not mean more need to extra help into the future. These links are themselves always being updated by the relevant government and semi-government departments and agencies and other organisations.

Centralising all these resources on our website means it’s easier for our clients to stay on top of what is available, which will also make it easier to take action and avoid missing out on initiatives that will help.

All States and Territories

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

VICTORIA

NSW

QLD

ACT

South Australia

WA

TAS

NT

 

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