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    The boss of retail giant Myer is the latest business leader to slam under-fire Daniel Andrews over his roadmap out of lockdown as his public popularity as Victorian Premier plummets.

    A new poll has revealed Labor would lose the state election if it was held today over the Premier’s handling of the state’s horror second wave of coronavirus.

    A MediaReach poll of more than 3000 voters in five marginal Labor seats, including the electorate of Deputy Premier James Merlino revealed they would all be lost. 

    Labor would lose the state election with Liberals well ahead with 61.18 per cent of the vote on a two party-preferred basis. 

    While Premier Andrews would narrowly hangs on as the preferred Premier with 38.9 per cent, Opposition Leader Michael O’Brien breathing down his neck with 37.5 per cent.

    Another 23.6 per cent of voters were undecided.

    Myer chief executive John King is the latest business leader to slam Premier Andrews over his road map out of lockdown released on Sunday.

    The roadmap proposes retail stores remain closed until October 29, which Mr King believes will have devastating consequences for hundreds of businesses.

    He believes of delayed reopening crowded stores in the countdown to Christmas.

    ‘We need a supercomputer with common sense attached,’ Mr King told the Herald Sun.

    ‘I think we should have a staged release of a lot of businesses.’ 

    Mr King described  the government’s consultation with businesses as a 

    ‘It was the government just collecting and disseminating information as opposed to a consultation,’ he told the publication.

    ‘We all found it very frustrating.’

    Australian’s second largest city will remain in stage four lockdown until at least September 28 after Premier Andrews extended it by two weeks on Sunday.

    Regional Victoria remains under stage three restrictions which allows residents to leave home for essential purposes. 

    MELBOURNE’S ROADMAP OUT OF COVID-19 LOCKDOWN – WHAT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO DO AND WHEN:

    Step one: The first step will come in to place on September 13.

    Step two: The second step will be implemented when Melbourne has 30-50 COVID-19 cases a day on average over the past 14 days. The aim is for this to come into place on September 28. 

    Step three: The move to step three will occur when there is a daily statewide average of five new cases over the past 14 days. The aim is for this to come into place on October 26.

    Step four: The move to step four will come when there have been no new COVID-19 cases in the past 14 days. The aim is for this to come into place on November 23.

    COVID Normal: After 28 days of no new COVID-19 cases, things will return to normal. 

    Step one – 11.59pm on September 13:

    Curfew will be eased to 9pm-5am

    People can still only leave home for the four reasons (shopping, exercise, work and care or medical attention)

    Public gatherings increased to two people, or a household, for a maximum of two hours

     Singles can have one nominated person to their home as part of the ‘singles social bubble’ 

    Childcare and early educators to remain closed

    Schools will continue to learn remotely unless they have exemptions

     Adult education to continue to be done remotely, unless they have exemption

     Only go to work if you are in a permitted industry 

    – Cafes and restaurants will continue with take away only

    – Retail businesses will remain open for essential shopping, with others only operating with click and collect

    – Only one person per household can do the essential shopping 

    Step two – September 28:

    Public gatherings increase again to five people from a maximum of two households

    Childcare and early educators can re-open

    Schools to continue with remote learning, but Prep to Grade Two and Year 11 and Year 12 students will gradually return to class in Term 4 

     There will be an increase to permitted workplaces

    Step three – October 26:

    Curfew is no longer in place

    There are no restrictions on leaving home

    Public gatherings increase to 10 people together outdoors

     A ‘household bubble’ will be introduced, so five people from one house can visit another 

    Remote learning to continue, but Grades 3 to Year 11 can gradually return to class

    – Adult education to continue to be done remotely, but hands on classes will see a phased return to onsite 

     Work from home is encouraged

    – Up to 10 people can eat together at restaurants and cafes, with the majority of tables outdoor

    – Retail shops to reopen, with hairdresses operating under safety measures but beauty stores to remain closed

    – Real estate agents can conduct private inspections by appointment

    – The one person per household limit on shopping is to be revoked 

    Step four – November 23:

    Public gatherings to increase to 50 people outdoors

     Up to 20 visitors can attend a home at any one time

     All adult education will return to onsite with safety measures in place

    – Groups limited to 20 indoors and a maximum of 50 patrons per venue

    – All retail stores to reopen, while real estate agents can operate with safety measures and by keeping a record of attendants

    Step five – COVID normal:

    Public gatherings have no restriction

     There will also be no restriction on visitors to homes

    – Phased return to onsite work for work from home workers

      Schools to reopen as normal

    – Restrictions on hospitality removed, but venues to continue keeping records 

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