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Attending a face-to-face event

Find out about the COVID safety requirements when attending MCCC events.

What is required to attend a face-to-face MCCC event?

To attend a face-to-face event, you need to be fully vaccinated, complete a COVID-safe declaration and not be unwell.

1. Vaccination requirements

To attend an MCCC face-to-face event or activity you need to be fully vaccinated.

You will be requested to show evidence of both doses of your COVID-19 vaccination, including dates.

This must be shown to an MCCC representative on arrival at the event or activity.

If you are not fully vaccinated, MCCC will discuss options with you.

An MCCC representative will ask to sight evidence on your arrival at a face-to-face event or activity, to confirm your vaccination status. This evidence needs to show the dates of both doses of the vaccination. An easy way to present this is by downloading the certificate from the Medicare App, storing it under ‘Offline Items’ for easy access when required. For instructions on how to do this, please click here.

If you are unvaccinated, or partially vaccinated at the time of the face-to-face event or activity, in the interests of health and safety, MCCC will notify you to NOT attend face-to-face and discuss alternatives with you.

See more information on our vaccine requirement page.

2. COVID-safe Health Declaration

An MCCC operations team member will contact you before you attend a face-to-face event or activity.

They will ask you to complete a COVID-safe declaration to confirm you are not currently unwell or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

3. What happens if I’m unwell?

If you are unwell, please DO NOT attend the face-to-face event or activity – stay home, seek medical advice and consider getting a COVID-19 test.

COVID-19 symptoms are listed on the Victoria Government Department of Health Website

Back to our COVID-19 information page.