Could vaccines be the shot in the arm Christmas needs? | The Business | ABC News

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Optimism that vaccines will return life to some normality for states in lockdown has seen a remarkable lift in consumer sentiment. Retailers hope it will translate into spending at Christmas, but some worry Australians will be cautious about shopping in store with the virus still in the community.

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