After months of recovery from a major spinal cord injury, Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews will shatter rumors and tales about his injury when he returns to work at the end of the month.
Andrews broke his vertebrae and broke his ribs when he slid down the stairs at a villa on the Mornington Peninsula in March.
“This week I had another scan and a meeting with the care team at Alfred and got some good news,” he tweeted Saturday night.
“It was all clear that I would be back to work soon.”
This week I had another scan and a meeting with Alfred’s care team and got some good news.
It was all clear that I would be back to work soon.
On Monday, June 28th I’ll be back at work – and I’ll be back to getting things done. I can’t wait. pic.twitter.com/6hDeGqvii2
— Dana Andrews (@DanielAndrewsMP) June 12, 2021
Andrews broke six ribs during the accident and suffered an acute compression fracture of the T7 vertebra.
The 48-year-old woman was released from Alfred Hospital on March 15, and has been recovering at home ever since.
“Overall I feel good,” Andrews said, adding that adapting to life without back braces would be somewhat painful.
In his statement, the Prime Minister thanked his wife, children, and medical staff for their care.
He also thanked Acting Prime Minister James Merlino for “intervening to lead the government and state in a very difficult time.”
“On Monday, June 28th, I’ll be back at work and getting things done. I can’t wait.”
Victoria’s Daniel Andrews returns to work at the end of the month
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