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Dan Andrews
Premier of Victoria.
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Dan Andrews Aug 7
Replying to @DanielAndrewsMP
This will make sure our senior students aren't disadvantaged when it comes to deciding what they want to do next year – and in the future. I know this year has been more stressful than anyone could expect – but this will mean Year 12s have one less thing to worry about.
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Dan Andrews Aug 7
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Your exam results, the GAT, and the results of assessment tasks you completed before we started remote learning will all be looked at. Your school and the VCAA will use all that to get a full picture of you as a student – not just a snapshot.
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Dan Andrews Aug 7
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Some have had to step up and help out their families more. And not every student has had a quiet place to study at home. That's why every single Year 12 VCE student’s results will be individually assessed, and any impact of the pandemic will be taken into account.
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Dan Andrews Aug 7
The final year of school is hard enough – and this pandemic hasn't made it any easier. It's not just remote learning that's been challenging for students and teachers. Some students have experienced mental and physical health issues.
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Dan Andrews Aug 4
Replying to @DanielAndrewsMP
To all our students – from our very youngest, to those in their final year: I'm so proud of you. Keep working hard. You've got this. Dan.
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Dan Andrews Aug 4
This is a message to the thousands of Victorian students returning to remote learning today. I know this isn't how you expected your school year to turn out. But the way you've adapted to change and rolled with the challenges is nothing short of remarkable.
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Dan Andrews Aug 4
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Dan Andrews Aug 4
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Dan Andrews Aug 2
Statement from the Premier on business restrictions:
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Dan Andrews Aug 1
Replying to @DanielAndrewsMP
And a full breakdown of the changes is available here:
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Dan Andrews Aug 1
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Accessible versions of these statements will be available shortly from
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Dan Andrews Aug 1
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Statement on regional Victoria moving to Stage 3 restrictions:
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Dan Andrews Aug 1
Statement on Melbourne moving to Stage 4 restrictions:
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Dan Andrews Jul 30
4,200 people have claimed our $300 support payment so they can stay home while they wait for their test results. That's 4,200 Victorians who aren't at work, and aren't potentially spreading this virus. And I want to thank them for doing the right thing by our state.
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Dan Andrews Jul 29
Replying to @DanielAndrewsMP
We need to keep cases in regional Victoria as low as we can – and this will go a long way to helping us to do that. Bit more info here:
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Dan Andrews Jul 29
Last week, face coverings became mandatory for people living in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. Now, from 11:59pm on Sunday 2 August, they'll be mandatory for everyone in Victoria – no matter where you live. This is why.
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Dan Andrews Jul 29
Statement from the Premier on changes in regional Victoria. An accessible version of this statement will be available shortly at
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Dan Andrews Jul 29
Twenty-six Victorians under the age of 40 are currently in hospital with coronavirus. Five are in intensive care. No idea when – or if – they'll make it home. To anyone who still thinks this only affects older people: It doesn't.
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Dan Andrews Jul 28
Replying to @DanielAndrewsMP
This is an opportunity to break the cycle of homelessness – and to provide security and stability to Victorians who desperately need it. Because now, more than ever, everyone needs a safe place to call home.
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Dan Andrews Jul 28
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We're also extending the current accommodation arrangements until April next year while everyone transitions to their new homes. Funding will also be delivered to metropolitan and regional homelessness agencies so that it can be directed exactly where it's needed.
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