Northern Victoria MP Tim Quilty has declared he will travel from Wodonga to Melbourne for the next sitting of Parliament during the pandemic.
"I am determined to sit in Parliament and ensure the democratic process continues, even through the challenges presented by COVID-19 ... however, I am fully aware of the health requirements and of what measures I need to take to minimise risk," he said.
Victorian Parliament is taking steps to minimise risk within the building, including physical distancing and the use of face masks except when speaking.
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"There have been so many stories in the media of Melbourne residents visiting or travelling through Wodonga and I am determined to do the right thing by my family, my work colleagues and my community," Mr Quilty said.
"We have no coronavirus cases here, and I won't be the one that brings it back from Melbourne."