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Social distancing at the Canberra Outlet Centre late this morning.
HERE’S a glimpse of social distancing at the Canberra Outlet centre in Fyshwick late this morning.
The “CityNews” staff member who took it says: “It was absolutely crazy; cars queued back up the lights to get in.
“Inside, I counted only two shops doing the people counting and lining intending customers up. The others were just a free-for-all.
“People were crammed in the lift going up, there was no concept of physical distancing.”
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