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Steph Ryan says Victorias recovery roadmap must have hope for regional hospitality venues that are on their knees

Victorias roadmap to recovery must include hope for regional hospitality venues that are on their knees.

By news@gippsland - 17th September 2021 - Back to News

Daniel Andrews cruel decision to impose patron caps instead of density limits on our pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants means many will miss out on the much-needed boost of the busy school holiday period. Venues that are licenced to seat hundreds of diners are now limited to just 10 inside and 20 outside, regardless of their physical size.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews confirms lockdown will end with but will be restricted by density limits and overall patron caps

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews confirms lockdown will end with but will be restricted by density limits and overall patron caps

Victoria needs a plan for recovery

When Daniel Andrews announces the long overdue roadmap on Sunday, it must include an immediate move back to density limits for regional hospitality venues so they can make the most of school holidays.

For every day the Andrews Labor Government fails to let regional businesses open profitably, well see more of our businesses failing to survive. What regional Victoria needs is a plan for recovery, not a fake lifting of restrictions that stops too many businesses and workers from building a post-COVID future.

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