Stage 4 Restrictions
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RMIT VC MARTIN BEAN
VIDEO: STAGE 4 RESTRICTIONS
[START OF TRANSCRIPT]
MARTIN BEAN SPEAKS:
Firstly, I hope you and your loved ones are doing okay as we all begin to understand the implications of the newly imposed restrictions.
With metropolitan Melbourne now in Stage 4 restrictions until September 13th and our face-to-face on-campus practical-based activities paused for now, it’s a very challenging time for our community.
Despite enormous effort and sacrifice, the numbers didn’t turn around fast enough and we find ourselves in the place we hoped to avoid.
I won’t summarise what’s required of us, instead, what I want you to know that we’re in this together.
I realise it may not feel that way if you’re doing it particularly tough or you’re worried about someone who is going through a particularly difficult time.
I want to assure you that there’s support and it’s readily available if you need it.
The RMIT community has stood together throughout this pandemic.
Together we prepared ourselves when it seemed an unlikely possibility.
Together we responded and changed our ways of working, teaching, learning and research.
Now together we will do what must be done to turn the tide.
Throughout it all you’ve cared for each other, for our students, and for your own people and communities.
And I know you’ve done this in visible and celebrated ways, but also in many unseen and quiet ways.
Please, take care of yourself and your loved ones first and foremost.
Beyond that, try to take it one day at a time and if you’re feeling tired, reach out and let us know.
If you’re feeling anxious, there’s help at hand.
More than ever, I’m amazed and inspired by our community. By your resilience, your capacity to adapt and your commitment to care.
Thank you, for everything that you do. Look after yourselves.
[END OF TRANSCRIPT]