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Melbourne office returns could be postponed after interstate outbreaks

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The Andrews Government is still considering last minute adjustments to its back to work plans, which are likely to take effect on Monday, after the growth of interstate virus clusters.

Plans to open up 50 per cent of private office buildings on January 11, and 25 per cent of public servants, were put back a week after concerns about outbreaks that emerged in late December.

But after a string of days where there was no community transmission of coronavirus, businesses were hoping to get back to…



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