Victorians who test positive to COVID-19 will only be required to isolate for 10 days, instead of 14 days.
The health department will no longer trace or manage social contacts of positive cases, with those who test positive implored to inform the people who they have been in contact with themselves.
People who test positive to COVID-19 must notify their workplace, school or childcare about their result.
Once informed, workplaces will have to identify and notify employees and sub-contractors – but not customers – who were exposed to advise them to get tested.
Household contacts of positive cases must isolate for seven days if fully vaccinated or 14 days if not fully vaccinated.