Level 3 targets December, but Tavosich says government restrictions may be moderated in some areas

Level 3 targets December, but Tavosich says government restrictions may be moderated in some areas

Taichich Michael Martin said the country would return to Level 3 in December, but the government may look at some areas to see if Level 3 can be “moderated”.

Speaking to Dale today, Taoich said:

“I said in the church document that I wanted to go back to the third floor – that was the goal of December 1st. Its data will let us look at certain areas and see if we can moderate it. ”

On the current level 5 issue, Martin said:

We analyze each data by region to facilitate and inform the exit level 5 approach.

“We want to give hints, so there will be some preparation on the part of those who are interested, and we need to be prepared if we are in a good position by the end of this month.”

Taoziech said his focus is on maintaining pressure on the virus and keeping everyone focused on complying with Level 5 controls, so there will be maximum flexibility and flexibility by the end of this month. Beginning of December ”.

He also said that the various steps we took after moving to the third floor led to a downward path. Level 5 accelerates it. We have to accept that. “

Labor’s Alan Kelly said a date should be given from December 1 to indicate that Taoist Sea will be able to announce plans for the period.

When he said he did not expect Taozeech to tell Dill what he was going to do, he said businesses should be allowed to prepare.

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Under Level 3, shops will be allowed to reopen, but only small numbers of do-it-yourself food and beverage services will be allowed.

The public has expressed concern that the country could face a “double Christmas” if the hospitality sector closes after the Level 5 restrictions are lifted.

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