Resources on coronavirus (COVID-19) infection prevention control for Victorians at work, at home and in the community.
Infection prevention control resources

Resources information and guides on how to reduce the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections at home, in the workplace, and in clinical settings.

For more information about being prepared for visitors at home, download the following document:

Resources to help protect yourself and your family:

Stop posters

For the care of patients and at-risk groups during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic are available on the Clinical guidance and resources page.

Information and advice on how businesses can reduce the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections in the workplace is available in the Cleaning section or on the Preventing infection in the workplace page.

Personal protective equipment (PPE)

Guidelines, position statements and resources for healthcare workers including personal protective equipment (PPE) for different healthcare and community settings.



Further resources also available on Healthcare services and professionals – coronavirus (COVID-19) page.


Cleaning guidelines

Information and advice on how businesses and other settings can reduce the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections in the workplace and how to clean and disinfect if you have a case of coronavirus in your workplace.

The department does not endorse or recommend brands of cleaning or disinfectant products.


Cleaning checklists and templates

Cleaning personal items

Waste disposal

Information and resources on how to dispose of clinical waste and personal protective equipment for workplaces and individuals.

Healthcare settings

Cleaning personal items

Education and training

The department works with the Australasian College of Infection Prevention and Control to develop and deliver specialised IPC training for all workforce sectors.

Infection control training is also available from:

eLearning modules for Community Services Workers

The department has developed three free eLearning modules in collaboration with Anglicare Victoria and Eve Learning for the community services sector. The topics are:

  • COVID-safe for Residential Carers
  • PPE for Community Workers
  • Use of P2/N95 masks

For more information and to access the modules, see the Community services - all sector page.

Aged care


Zones and wayfinding

Please find resources here to help you with creating coronavirus (COVID-19) zones, and PPE wayfinding zones in your aged care facility:


For resources and information on personal protective equipment (PPE) and online infection prevention and control for coronavirus (COVID-19) training courses for the aged care sector, visit the Aged Care sector page.


For resources and information for people with a disability, their families and carers about coronavirus (COVID-19) visit the Information for people with disability page.

Staying safe

There are five important things we can do to keep our families and community safe from coronavirus.

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There are five important things we can do to keep  our families and community safe from coronavirus. 

One - Wash our hands and water  and use hand sanitiser regularly. 

Two - Stay at least 1.5 metres  apart from other people. 

Three - Wear a face mask that covers our mouth  and nose when we can’t keep our distance. 

Four - Meet our family and friends outside, because we’re less likely  to catch the virus outdoors.

Five - Get tested quickly and stay home if we feel  sick . Do not go to work or visit other people. 

Go to for information about how to stay safe.