10. Donating blood.
11. Undertaking any legal obligations.
12. Accessing public services (whether provided by Government, a private provider or a
non-Government organisation), including social services, employment services, domestic violence services, mental health services and services provided to victims (including as victims of crime).
13. For children who do not live in the same household as their parents or siblings or one
of their parents or siblings—continuing existing arrangements for access to, and
contact between, parents and children or siblings.
14. For a person who is a priest, minister of religion or member of a religious order—
going to the person’s place of worship or providing pastoral care to another person.
15. Avoiding injury or illness or to escape a risk of harm.
16. For emergencies or compassionate reasons.
In Victoria, people have been given just five…