Dan Andrew FINALLY reveals when he will return to work three months after slipping down the stairs on holiday – but he has a ‘painful’ few weeks to come
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will return to work on June 28 – more than three months after suffering a serious spinal injury when he fell down the stairs.
In a statement on Saturday night, Mr Andrews said the broken vertabra he suffered on March 9 during the fall at a property in Sorrento, south-east of Melbourne had ‘almost fully healed’.
‘This week I had another round of scans and a meeting with my care team at the Alfred and got some good news,’ he said.
Daniel Andrews was injured on March 9 and spent 10 days in hospital. Conspiracy theorists claimed this image was photoshopped to show his head on some-one else’s body
‘They’re letting me take off the back brace that I’ve had to wear for the last three months.
‘The six broken ribs will take a while longer to finish healing and doctors tell me that between the ribs and getting used to not having the brace on, the next couple of weeks will be a painful adjustment. ‘
More to come