VIC Premier announces $150 vouchers for CBD diners | 9 News Australia

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Premier Daniel Andrews and Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp have announced diners in downtown Melbourne will be able to claim vouchers worth up to $150 as part of a $44 million package to help businesses recover from the COVID-19 lockdowns.

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