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Wellington prepares for recovery from Covid-19

Issued: 
July 3, 2020

Wellington Shire Council is seeking feedback from residents about how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected them, as it plans for community recovery.

While the impacts of Covid-19 are still being felt in Wellington, Council is leading a multi-agency recovery plan that will assist individuals, communities and businesses recover from the pandemic.

Wellington Shire Council Mayor Alan Hall said feedback from Wellington residents was important to ensure any plan covered all bases.

“Anyone who has been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic is invited to provide Council with feedback by filling out a survey to assist officers with their work,” he said.

“Your experiences and feedback will help Council shape a plan for supporting communities as they recover from Covid-19.

“You can access the survey via our website at www.wellington.vic.gov.au/coronavirus and feedback is anonymous.”

Participants can also enter a prize draw as a thank-you for participating.

While recovery activities are being planned it is important to understand that positive cases of coronavirus within our community can change at any time and that until a vaccine is created, response, relief and recovery efforts could be occurring at the same time.

Those with questions about the survey can call the Wellington Covid-19 Relief Information Line on 1300 137 218.

Feedback is open until Friday 31 July 2020.

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