Webster tells Andrews to back print
TLC boss Barry Webster has told Victorian premier Daniel Andrews to back print in the current crisis, as Andrews looks to impose further restrictions on the population in order to battle the virus.
In his message to the state premier Webster said, "Printed flyers, fridge magnets should be sent to each and every household outlining exactly what and what not to do to get the message through, along with relative emergency contact numbers."
Webster spelt out the benefits of print saying, telling Andrews that "Print is another necessary industry in order to keep people informed.
"It’s a cheap, effective mode to send a message to the masses. The government has done an amazing job but it’s a moving target they are fighting. Get into each and every home with print."
Printers up and down the country are being urged to communicate the message of print to their MPs, in order to ensure print is classified as an essential service, should business be closed.