The WA Premier is under fire over his decision to close the state’s border indefinitely | ABC News

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Western Australia’s premier is coming under fire over his decision to keep the state’s border closed indefinitely. Critics are calling on Mark McGowan to set a new date for opening up to the rest of the country.

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