The Victorian government will announce its reopening roadmap this Sunday 6 September.
Ahead of this release, the government will commence an intensive and extensive round of discussions with industry, unions and community organisations to inform the final development of Victoria’s roadmap to ‘Covid Normal’.
Premier Daniel Andrews said “We know every Victorian wants certainty about the future – for them, for their family and for their work. By the end of the week, we will lay out a plan to re-open our state.”
“As part of our work to finalise a roadmap, we will also consult with community support organisations on the impacts of social isolation on Victorians.
“In addition, we will seek feedback on the current worker permit system and childcare arrangements.
“Based on the outcomes of these consultations and our health experts we will finalise the plan for re-opening by the end of the week."
For more information about consultations contact Business Victoria on 13 22 15.
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