Leaked road map reveals Dan Andrews to extend Victoria lockdown by two weeks
Leaked documents outlining Premier Daniel Andrews' much-anticipated road map to recovery shows Melbourne will be in lockdown for another two weeks.
The Herald Sun reported the road map shows Melburnians would be allowed to exercise for two hours each day, two people could meet outdoors and single people would be allowed to nominate a visitor from September 14.
According to the plan, more changes will be enacted by the Andrews government on September 28, when the curfew will be lifted, five people will be able to meet outdoors and a staggered return to face-to-face learning will begin.
There is still no clear date set for reopening retail and entertainment venues and the documents state Melbourne will not transition to stage one lockdown restrictions until there are no new cases for two weeks.
The state recorded 113 overnight COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths.
A Labor government spokesperson has advised people to wait for the official release of the road map out of Victoria's lockdown on Sunday, saying the leaked documents are outdated.
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