Life creeps into Sydney, Melbourne CBDs
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Movement of people in Australia’s capital city CBDs is picking up but is still at a fraction of pre-pandemic levels in the most lockdown-impacted regions.
According to research done by Roy Morgan, the average seven-day movement in Melbourne’s CBD had increased to 23 per cent of pre-pandemic levels on the first weekend after the end of the lockdown on Friday, 22 October. This is up from a low of 8 per cent on 8 July. However, as Roy Morgan points out, many shops remained closed even in the first week of lockdown and many hospitality venues remained close to in-store dining due to ongoing restrictions.
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