However, restrictions remain for those with only one or no doses, while there will also be those who choose to remain in lockdown as they still don't feel safe.
Adding to that, a lot of people are not able to visit family in not only different parts of the state, but across the country.
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All the factors combined can be a lot to handle, so Headspace Goulburn led by their services manager Gail Davies, has some tips to help make lives a little easier.
One advice is to focus on things you can control rather than things you can't control.
Things you can control include self-care, what you eat and drink, what you post to social media, how you spend your free time, setting your own boundaries and asking for help.
Things out of your control include death, how others feel, the weather, pandemics, the media and the future.
If you're getting bored at home with physical distancing or missing friends and family, you can connect with them digitally.
You can also learn something new online, pick up or learn a new instrument, watch television, spending time with pets, exercising and get creative by journaling, painting, collaging, writing, dancing or singing.
To keep yourself in a good headspace, you can do stuff you love, learn skills that help you go through tough times, create or maintain connections, eat well, stay active, get enough sleep and stay off the drugs and alcohol.
If those tips don't help, there are plenty of mental health services available in Goulburn listed here.
In case of an emergency, call emergency services on 000.
You can also call on these numbers:
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