Construction work will be reduced in Victoria, with limits on the number of people who can be on a site at any one time.(ABC: Darryl Torpy)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelAbout a quarter of a million Victorians will be stood down from their jobs or told to stay home from work, as entire industries across Melbourne are ordered to close to stop the spread of COVID-19.That's on top of the 500,000 people who are already working from home, and 250,000 others stood down earlier in the crisis.Many other businesses will have to operate at reduced capacity and with fewer staff.Businesses that are closing will need to do so by midnight on Wednesday. Those remaining open will need COVID safe plans in place by the weekend.Here's how the changes announced by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will affect your workplace.RetailAll retail stores will be required to close, except for:Supermarkets and grocery storesBottle shopsConvenience stores and newsagenciesPetrol stationsPharmaciesPost officesHardware, building and garden suppliers retailing for tradeSpecialist stationery suppliers for business useDisability, health, mobility device and equipment retailersMaternity supply retailersMotor vehicle parts for emergency repairs, only agricultural retailers (drive through only)Retailers will be able to run delivery services and contactless click-and-collect services for online businesses, with extra rules and regulations.As an example, Mr Andrews said Bunnings hardware stores could sell to consumers who used contactless collection, but the public wouldn't be allowed inside.Hardware, building and garden supply businesses will, however, be able to sell to tradespeople in store.Mr Andrews on Sunday announced that businesses that supply food would be able to continue their work"I want to assure all Victorians supermarkets, the butcher, the baker, food, beverage, groceries, those types of settings, there will be no impact there," he said. Melbourne's famous laneways are without their usual hustle and bustle during the lockdown.(ABC: Darryl Torpy)For the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic read our coronavirus update story.Meat productionThe Victorian Government said it considered the meat production and seafood processing industries to be essential, but high-risk. They will be allowed to continue across the state, but with the following restrictions:Businesses must reduce their production by a third of peak capacityWorkers can only work at a single site, and must wear PPESupermarkets will be required to reduce their distribution centre workforce by a third of its peak levelMr Andrews said meatworks businesses would look very different under the new rules."Those workers will be essentially dressed as if they are a health worker,
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