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2 October 2020

Incident at North Entry of Mid Valley Shopping Centre

Yesterday evening at approximately 5.35pm a vehicle impacted Mid Valley Shopping Centre’s building which has significantly damaged the north entrance.

The Vehicle became stuck in reverse, left the carpark, mounted the kerb and impacted the north door windbreak and auto doors.

At this stage no major injuries have been reported, however the driver’s passenger was taken to hospital as she was knocked over by the door as the car reversed. No pedestrians or customers were injured.

The Police attended the incident and determined that it was an accident.

Mid Valley Shopping Centre will continue to trade as normal with access through the side swing door of the North entrance.

For updates about how Mid Valley is responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading visit: www.midvalleyshoppingcentre.com.au

 

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16 September 2020

COVID-19 Update

Mid Valley continues to play an essential role in our community, providing you with access to retail, food as well as essential household items, products and services.

In line with the government’s latest announcement Regional Victoria will move to step 3 restrictions from 11.59pm on Wednesday 16 September 2020.  Mid Valley has implemented the following action:

  • Mid Valley’s Food Court remains open for take away and delivery only.  Cafes and restaurants including Café Qu Bah, Muffin Break and Pie Addicts now offer limited seating.
  • Beauty and personal care services are open with customers to wear a face covering during service.
  • Village Cinemas remains closed until further notice.

Some stores may have reduced trading hours therefore we recommend contacting stores directly or calling Centre Management on 5133 7022.

The safety and well-being of our customers, retailers and employees remains our greatest importance, therefore when visiting Mid Valley customers are required to; wear a face covering at all times, exercise a high standard of hygiene and to wash their hands thoroughly and to please stay at home if you are unwell. Please also practice social distancing when visiting Mid Valley.

We will continue to monitor the situation and follow all relevant advice and guidance issued by Federal and State authorities and continue to keep you updated on a regular basis about how we are responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading. We would like to thank Mid Valley customers for their support & loyalty during this challenging time. Stay safe.

For updates about how Mid Valley is responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading visit: www.midvalleyshoppingcentre.com.au 

 

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31 August 2020

COVID-19 Update

Mid Valley continues to play an essential role in our community, providing you with access to retail, food as well as essential household items, products and services.

The OPTUS and Cutting Edge Keys stores at Mid Valley have been contacted by the department of health and advised that they have been identified as a Casual Contact point for a confirmed COVID-19 case on Thursday 27th August 2020. Casual Contact is defined as:

– Spending less than 15 minutes face-to-face in any setting with a person who is a confirmed case AND they had symptoms at the time, or;

– Sharing a closed space for less than two hours with a person who is a confirmed case AND they had symptoms at the time.

Both stores have since undertaken a thorough sanitisation of the store in accordance with Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) recommendations. Optus will reopen tomorrow Tuesday 1st September 2020.

The advice from authorities in this case is for any visitors to Mid Valley to go about your normal business, but monitor yourself for 14 days for the most common symptoms of COVID-19. If you have a fever or respiratory symptoms phone the COVID-19 24-hour hotline 1800 675 398, or a GP or emergency department to arrange for testing and appropriate care.

We respectfully ask all visitors and staff to Mid Valley to observe social distancing measures in place, wear a face covering, exercise high standards of hygiene including washing your hands thoroughly and to stay at home if you are feeling unwell.

We want to assure the community that we are monitoring and following all relevant advice and guidance issued by Federal and State authorities. For the latest health advice and to stay informed, we recommend visiting: health.gov.au/ or vic.gov.au/coronavirus

These are trying times for all businesses at Mid Valley and appreciate your continued support.

For updates about how Mid Valley is responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading visit: www.midvalleyshoppingcentre.com.au 

 

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1 August 2020

COVID-19 Update

Mid Valley continues to play an essential role in our community, providing you with access to retail, food as well as essential household items, products and services.

In line with the government’s latest announcement Regional Victoria will move to stage 3 restrictions from 11.59pm on Wednesday 5 August 2020.  Mid Valley has implemented the following action:

  • All take away food stores, cafes and restaurants at Mid Valley including Café Qu Bah are trading ‘take away’ only.
  • Beauty and personal care services have closed until further notice.
  • Village Cinemas has closed until further notice.
  • From Sunday 2 August at 11:59pm, a face covering will be mandatory whenever you visit Mid Valley.

Some stores may have reduced trading hours or decide to close voluntarily. We recommend contacting stores directly or calling Centre Management on 5133 7022.

The safety and well-being of our customers, retailers and employees remains our greatest importance, therefore when visiting Mid Valley we ask our customers to; wear a face covering at all times, exercise a high standard of hygiene and to wash their hands thoroughly and to please stay at home if you are unwell. Please also practice social distancing when visiting Mid Valley.

We will continue to monitor the situation and follow all relevant advice and guidance issued by Federal and State authorities and continue to keep you updated on a regular basis about how we are responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading.

We would like to thank Mid Valley customers for their support & loyalty during this challenging time.

For updates about how Mid Valley is responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading visit: www.midvalleyshoppingcentre.com.au 

 

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30 March 2020

 

COVID-19 Update

 

Mid Valley Shopping Centre continues to play an essential role for our community especially during this time of concern, providing access to food, household items, products, medical services and banking for everyday needs.

The wellbeing of our shoppers, retailers, staff, contractors and community remains Mid Valley’s greatest priority at all times.  To assist in minimising the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Mid Valley has implemented the following actions:

  • Contractors must notify Centre Management of any recent overseas travel.
  • Currently Mid Valley has no known confirmed cases of COVID-19 and have asked that tenants and customers notify Mid Valley Management of any confirmed cases.
  • We have requested visitors to Mid Valley exercise high standards of hygiene and to wash their hands thoroughly. Hand-sanitisation stations have been installed at entry points to the Centre and inside Centre Management.
  • Increased the frequency of cleaning in common areas accessed by the public, on contact points and surfaces.
  • Usage of personal protective equipment has been reinforced for our maintenance and cleaning team.
  • Weekly event based activities including nursery rhyme time and the walking group have been placed on hold along with other planned marketing activities.
  • Kids’ mall play equipment, Funzone play area and Book Nook are closed to the public.
  • Following the stage 1 restrictions announced by the government, Village Cinemas was restricted from opening from midday local time from 23 March 2020. Cafes and restaurants were restricted to takeaway only resulting in the closure of the Mid Valley food court and removal of seating.
  • Safe distancing measures are in place at Mid Valley including at individual retail stores with floor markers and distancing posters to remind customers to comply with these important measures.

 

Mid Valley Shopping Centre continues to monitor and follow all relevant advice and guidance issued by Federal and State authorities.

For updates about how Mid Valley is responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading visit: www.midvalleyshoppingcentre.com.au 

 

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23 March 2020

 

COVID-19 Update

 

Mid Valley continues to play an essential role in our community, providing you with access to retail, food as well as essential household items, products and services.

The wellbeing of our shoppers, retailers, staff, contractors and community remains Mid Valley’s greatest priority at all times.  To assist in minimising the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Mid Valley has increased the frequency of cleaning common areas accessed by the public.  Weekly activities including kids Nursery Rhyme Time and the walking group have been put on hold for the time been.

We respectfully ask all visitors to Mid Valley to exercise high standards of hygiene and to wash your hands thoroughly.

We want to assure our customers and communities that we are monitoring and following all relevant advice and guidance issued by Federal and State authorities. Further information about COVID-19 can be found at https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov

We will continue to keep you updated on a regular basis about how we are responding to Coronavirus and details of stores trading through our social channels and website.

These are trying times for all businesses and appreciate your continued support.

For more information visit: www.midvalleyshoppingcentre.com.au 

 

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