Cidamna lam zumpi (CHO) pan Nulepate tung theihsakna
Victoria ah coronavirus (COVID-19) natna kilawhna a kiam nadingin, tuni in innkuan kimciat ii panpihna kisam ahih manin, Victoria gamke sunga om nulepate, naupangte encikin acing akemte leh sangnaupangte lai kong khak hi.
Sang khakhunte hong naikuan ta ahih manin, ei mau tek leh i innkuanpih tek kikep suak ding hong hi ta hi. Ko mau mahmah leh a nihveina natna tuihual kikal ah thu khat in, a banah bang hih ding i hiam cih ahi hi.
Na paina peuh ah, tua lauhhuainate ngaihsun inla kidawm in. Midangte tungah tua natna (virus) om kha thei hi cih phawk inla, a kilamna theithei dingin om in.
Khanih val sungah i theihngei i muhngei lak pan, tu-in natna ngah a tampen dinmun a kituak kha hita hi. Victoria ah natna ngah a khanna pen, innkuan sungah khat le khat kisukha in omkhopnate hang leh khat le khat kihal ding, pumpi sianthona hanciam ding theihsaknate zuihlohna hangin ci’n thukanna lai sungah kigen hi.
Kamsiatna tawh, a kilawh thei pulnatan kilawh hun sungah ki om lai in, mi tampi’ nuntakna patauhhuai dinmun hi lai hi. Leitung mun tuamtuam ah i muhsa i theihsa mah bangin, hih natna (virus) in nikhat thu in natna ngah tawmno khat pan a za simin khangsak zo hi.
Tua in i lunggulh dinmun hilo a, mikim in tu-in, i septheihzah in i sep ding ahi hi.
Tua hangin ciangtanna, khaktanna tampi a bawlphatkik i hihi. Na inn ah lengna hong hawh theizah ding mi nga ciang kikhiam suk hi. Inn pua lamah, innkuanpihte leh lawm le gualte tawh mi sawm ciang kimukhawm thei ding hi.
Sanginn huang sunga om mimalkim khatciat in, hih bangin panpihna pia thei hi:
- Sanghuang sungah na pai ciang, kidawm takin om ding.
- Inn sungah kidawm takin om ding. Cihnopna ah, a kisamte bek tawh kimu ding cihna ahi hi. Innkuanin honom ngeingai lo ding, tuamom tek ding leh pumpi siangthosak ding mangngilh lo ding.
- An leh tuite nekhawm, dawnkhawm lo ding.
- Nang na hi a, na innkuan sungah a damlo khatpeuh aom leh zong – inn ah om ding. Lawm le gualte, innkuanpihte tawh kimu, kihawh se lo ding. Na ci anop keileh holiday khawng pai se lo ding, na sem lo ding. Na naupangte a ci a nop keileh, sang paisak loding, naupangkepna sang, ahih keileh naupang sang ah zong kha lo ding – inn ah om ding.
- Na tungah natna kilatna hong om leh, kisit ding.
Victoria gamke sunga teeng mi a tamzaw in sepdingte man takin sem uhhi. Ahi zongin, hih pen pautauh ding, kigin den ding cihna hi a, lungkim leh lungnop om thei nailo hi.
I lawm i gualte, innkuanpihte bitna ding ei mau tek tungah kinga hi.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) tawh kisai tulaitak theihding thute leh thukhakte theih nadingin, Victoria Gamke Kumpi ii coronavirus thusuahna website ah en in.
Na innkuan sungah coronavirus (COVID-19) natna kilang khatpeuh aom leh, a nasia keiphial zongin, inn ah omin, kikepzia dingte dong a, kisit ding ahi hi. Hih natna kilatnate sungah cisa, khuasik, khua-ul kaai, bukkhuh, gawlna, husamh, naptui, ahih keileh a nam zalo, ankam limlo cihte kihel hi. Koi munah kisit ding cihte a kicing zaw in na theinop leh, coronavirus kisitna tawh kisai thusuahna webpage ah en in.
Nangmah ngiat ahi a, na innkuanpih khatpeuh in ahi zong, coronavirus ngah khak ding lunghimawh in, thulela kicingin theih ding a kisap leh, nai 24 sung a kihong den ahi 1800 675 398 hopih in.
Adj Clin Prof Brett Sutton
Victorian Chief Health Officer
Victorian Chief Health Officer message to parents
I am writing to Victorian parents, carers and students today to seek every family’s support in slowing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Victoria.
As the school holidays approach, we can’t ease up on looking after ourselves and our families. The only thing between us and a second wave is what we do next.
Wherever you go, please be mindful of the risks. Be aware others may be carrying the virus and practice physical distancing.
We are currently experiencing the highest case numbers we’ve seen in more than two months. Current evidence suggests that the rise in case numbers in Victoria is being driven by families having get-togethers and not following advice around physical distancing and hygiene.
Unfortunately, we are still in a pandemic and people’s lives are still at risk. As we’ve seen across the world, this virus has the ability to turn a small number of cases into hundreds in a matter of days.
This is not where we want to be and we must all act now – while we can.
This is why we’ve had to implement a number of revised restrictions. The number of visitors you can have at your home is now reduced to five. Outside the home, families and friends can meet in groups up to ten.
This is how each and every member of the community can help:
- Stay safe while out in the community.
- Stay safe at home. And that means only seeing those you need to. Don’t have big family gatherings and remember to keep your distance and maintain good hygiene.
- Don’t share food or drinks.
- If you, or anyone in your family is feeling unwell – stay at home. Don’t visit friends and family. Don’t go on holiday if you are unwell and don’t go to work. Don’t send your kids to school, childcare or kindergarten if they are unwell – stay home.
- And if you have symptoms, get tested.
The vast majority of Victorians are doing the right thing, but this is a wake-up call and we cannot be complacent.
It’s up to all of us to keep our friends and families safe.
For current information and updates on coronavirus (COVID-19) visit the Victorian Government’s coronavirus website.
If anyone in your family has any of the symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19), however mild, they should stay at home, seek advice and get tested. These symptoms include fever, chills or sweats, a cough, a sore throat, shortness of breath or runny nose, or loss of sense of smell or taste. For more information about where to get tested visit the getting tested for coronavirus web page.
If you’re concerned yourself or a family member has contracted the virus and need more information, please call the 24-hour coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398.
Adj Clin Prof Brett Sutton
Victorian Chief Health Officer