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Australia Ex-footy blows up after delayed the re-opening of Melbourne

09:15  25 october  2020
09:15  25 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A pub owner has taken aim at Daniel Andrews in a live TV interview after the planned re-opening of Melbourne was further delayed.

Paul Dimattina, a former Western Bulldogs AFL player, called the Victorian Premier a 'liar' after he delayed ending Melbourne's COVID-19 lockdown.

Mr Dimmattina, the owner of Lamaro's Hotel, in South Melbourne, said Mr Andrews is causing Melburnians to 'suffer' by keeping businesses closed and people at home.

'Enough is enough, I said the bloke should go, it's time he puts his hand up and gets out of our state, stops running us into the ground,' Mr Dimattina told Sky News.

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Mr Andrews had planned to scrap the four reasons for leaving home and the 25km travel limit from November 1, provided the state had a rolling two-week average of less than five cases a day.

On Sunday, the premier said that despite reaching that target the Victorian capital couldn't open because of a cluster of seven new cases in Melbourne's north.

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Mr Andrews said restrictions would ease when the 1000 tests of people linked to the northern outbreak were known - which could be as early as tomorrow.

Mr Dimattina said the 'new norm' for Melburnians was 'disappointment' and 'getting lied to every single day'.

'We got told that roadmap out, we had to achieve the targets that have been achieved, yet we're still closed, another lie,' he said.

Mr Dimattina explained he was 'sick of' being 'strung along' and had 'no faith and trust in the government'.

'We've been on a cautious pause and a cautious lockdown for three months how much longer do we have to suffer,' Mr Dimattina asked.

Mr Andrews described the delay as a 'cautious pause' to rule out widespread community transmission and hoped to still reopen by November 1.

a person standing in front of a building: Mr Dimattina (pictured above) slammed Mr Andrews as 'a liar' causing Melburnians 'suffering' © Provided by Daily Mail Mr Dimattina (pictured above) slammed Mr Andrews as 'a liar' causing Melburnians 'suffering' a person standing in front of a building: Mr Andrews described the delay as a 'cautious pause' to rule out widespread community transmission and hoped to still reopen by November 1 (empty shops pictured in Melbourne) © Provided by Daily Mail Mr Andrews described the delay as a 'cautious pause' to rule out widespread community transmission and hoped to still reopen by November 1 (empty shops pictured in Melbourne)

The premier acknowledged the continuing lockdown is 'frustrating' for Melburnians.

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'This is not a set back this is simply waiting and being led by the data. We have been careful and cautious,' he told reporters. 'This is a pause, nothing more than that.'

'We had hoped today to be able to announce that metropolitan Melbourne would take significant steps, not from today but from midweek, around retail, hospitality and a whole range of other, important next steps.

'I know people are keen to have a long and detailed list of changes to the rules. It is not appropriate for us to do that now.'

No new deaths on Sunday kept the state's toll at 817 and the national figure at 905.

Residents of Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire have been trapped at home since the second lockdown began on July 9.

VICTORIA'S PATHWAY OUT OF LOCKDOWN

The state government has mapped a new pathway out of lockdown for metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria that depends on stamping out COVID-19 cases in the community which have an unknown source.

METROPOLITAN MELBOURNE

STEP ONE: From 11:59pm Sunday October 18

* Two-hour outdoor time limit scrapped

* 5km travel restriction extended to 25km

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After stressing the city was “well and truly on track” to reopen soon, citing Tuesday as the day he hoped to have good news, he apologised to waiting reporters for not making it clear earlier. “I’m sorry if I have not been as clear as I tried to be, it was a very long night and a very early morning,” the Premier said.

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* Outdoor gatherings up from five to 10

* Face-to-face allied health appointments to resume

* Tennis courts, golf courses and skate parks will reopen

* Outdoor swimming pools open to a maximum of 30 swimmers

* Hairdressers can reopen

* Outdoor real estate auctions permitted with up to 10 people, plus staff

STEP TWO: From 11:59pm on November 1:

* Up to two people, plus dependents, allowed to visit a home per day

* All retail shops can open

* Hospitality: maximum of 20 indoor seated customers (subject to one per four sqm), maximum of 50 outdoor patrons (subject to one per two sqm)

* Beauty and personal care services open

* Wedding groups of up to 10 permitted

* Up to 20 mourners allowed at funerals

* Outdoor religious gatherings and ceremonies capped at 20 people

MAJOR RESTRICTIONS REMAIN:

* Approved face masks must be worn at all times outside home

* Work from home if possible

* All businesses must have a COVID-safe plan

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