Victoria's highly-anticipated freedom roadmap has revealed lockdown-fatigued Melburnians will still be bound by a raft of Covid restrictions even once vaccination targets are hit as the state records 567 new cases.
Mask mandates will still be in place, with Victorians required to wear face masks indoor at all times, including work.
And only those who have received both doses of the jab will be able to go to work, with Victorians urged to continue working from home if possible.
Mr Andrews said the measures were need to prevent the state's health system from buckling under 'acute stress' if restrictions were eased too quickly.
'While we’re no longer aiming for Covid zero, it’s imperative we don’t jeopardise our health system as we open up – too many Victorians rely on it every day,' he said.
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It comes as Victoria recorded one death and 567 new Covid cases on Monday - the highest daily tally during this outbreak.
The roadmap details some small changes to Melbourne's restrictions when 80 per cent of Victorians aged over 16 have received a single vaccine dose, including an increase of the