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Hospitality sector says it feels ‘targeted’ by Victorian government

Tom Elliott
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Victoria’s hospitality sector says it’s starting to feel like it’s being targeted by the Andrews government when it comes to COVID-19 restrictions.

While he welcomed easing to density limits and dancefloors being able to re-open, the CEO of Restaurant and Catering Australia questioned why QR codes remained mandatory in pubs, restaurants and cafes after they were scrapped in retail, schools and many workplaces.

“It really doesn’t make sense to us,” Wes Lambert told Tom Elliott.

“We are certainly going to press the government on why they are continuing to hammer the hospitality industry.

“It’s as if they’ve got it out for us.”

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