ACT retail set to reopen from lockdown, territory records 28 new cases | ABC News

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Canberrans will tomorrow take their next steps along the pathway to eased restrictions when capacity limits are lifted at retail outlets.

And business operators are hoping that journey leads them through their checkouts.

While some are confident it’ll be the financial booster shot they need after months in lockdown, some aren’t certain they’ll ever recover.

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