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Australia Revealed: Daniel Andrews' new rules for shops and pubs in Melbourne

03:21  22 october  2020
03:21  22 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Daniel Andrews has sent shops and pubs in Melbourne a list of proposed rules to follow when they finally re-open after 15 weeks of lockdown.

The premier sent a document containing the proposals to small businesses on Wednesday as he prepares to relax restrictions next week.

It states that companies must stop employees working at multiple locations and  stagger shifts to limit staff mingling.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Daniel Andrews (pictured on Wednesday) has sent shops and pubs in Melbourne a list of proposed rules to follow when they finally re-open after 15 weeks of lockdown © Provided by Daily Mail Daniel Andrews (pictured on Wednesday) has sent shops and pubs in Melbourne a list of proposed rules to follow when they finally re-open after 15 weeks of lockdown a close up of a busy city street © Provided by Daily Mail

The document, leaked from small businesses to the Herald Sun newspaper, also requires workers and customers to wear masks and observe social distancing.

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Under the plan, companies must also ask employees not to share rides to work and take their lunchbreaks and even hold meetings outside.

'All activities are to be held in outside areas where practical which don't have a roof or ceiling,' the rules say.

'This includes meetings, lunch breaks, customer registrations.'

Pubs and shops are also being asked to keep a record of everyone who attends to assist contact tracing and leave windows open to increase ventilation.

The government also wants to increase outdoor dining and has removed the need for pubs and restaurants to get planning permits to put tables on footpaths and roads once they're allowed to re-open.

a group of people sitting on a bench: Under the plan, companies must also ask employees not to share rides to work and take their lunchbreaks and even hold meetings outside. Pictured: Tradies eating outside in Sydney © Provided by Daily Mail Under the plan, companies must also ask employees not to share rides to work and take their lunchbreaks and even hold meetings outside. Pictured: Tradies eating outside in Sydney

Business leaders are reviewing the proposals and will provide feedback to the state government.

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The premier has flagged a 'dark opening' of pubs next week, where staff would go to work for a few days to get ready for customers to be allowed to enter later in the week.

Meanwhile, residents of five suburbs in Melbourne's north, including 120 people living in a social housing block, have been urged to get tested if they experience symptoms of COVID-19 after a school student tested positive.

a woman walking down the street talking on a cell phone: The document also requires workers and customers to wear masks and observe social distancing. Pictured: Residents in Footscray, Melbourne © Provided by Daily Mail The document also requires workers and customers to wear masks and observe social distancing. Pictured: Residents in Footscray, Melbourne

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The suburbs subject to the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services alert include Dallas, Roxburgh Park, Broadmeadows, Preston and West Heidelberg.

'The college has taken positive steps to manage this situation and is working closely with us,' the state's Commander of Testing Jeroen Weimar said in a statement late Wednesday night.

'We need everyone working together to tackle this virus.'

School staff and students, and their households, will now quarantine for 14 days.

Austin Health and Banyule Community Health will monitor those isolating either at home or in accommodation.

'Extensive contact tracing is underway and we expect that as part of this work, additional cases will be detected,' Mr Weimar said.

a person standing in front of a store: Hospitality is due to open in Melbourne on 2 November but Mr Andrews flagged he will bring this forward as case numbers remain low. Pictured: Shoppers in masks at a Woolworths © Provided by Daily Mail Hospitality is due to open in Melbourne on 2 November but Mr Andrews flagged he will bring this forward as case numbers remain low. Pictured: Shoppers in masks at a Woolworths Read more

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