Woman in 80s dies with COVID in Canberra | ABC News

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The ACT has recorded its fourth COVID-19 death in three days as hospitalisations continue to rise

The ongoing Omicron wave is prompting many Canberrans to stay at home.

And that combined with restrictions on singing and dancing is slowing the economic recovery.

The city’s live entertainment industry is feeling the pinch, with fears some venues won’t survive.

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