Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews reveals when he will return to work after spinal injury


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

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. ‘

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