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Australians can't wait to go shopping

2019-nCoV Special
[Social News]     29 Jun 2020
Australians are increasingly willing to go out, with three-quarters already shopping in physical stores and a similar percentage saying they have or intend to eat more in cafes and restaurants.
Shoppers are returning to stores as lockdown eases. Picture: AAP.
Shoppers are returning to stores as lockdown eases. Picture: AAP.

Australians are increasingly willing to go out, with three-quarters already shopping in physical stores and a similar percentage saying they have or intend to eat more in cafes and restaurants.

As social-distance restrictions have been relaxed since mid-may, allowing businesses to allow more and more customers to eat and shop, new reports from the australian Bureau of Statistics show that people are actively the opportunity to go out.

More than three-quarters also said they had or intended to go to public leisure areas, including beaches, parks and playgrounds.

A survey of the impact of COVID-19 on families was conducted a week before mid-June, ahead of the recent spike in cases in Melbourne.

For tourism, this is a positively signal, with more than half of Australians saying they intend to spend their holidays at home, with one in five planning to travel in mid-July and two in three planning to travel within six months.

But the survey also showed that only 29 percent of respondents said they would plan to go overseas after the international border reopened, marking a blow to international travel even after the ban was lifted.

The deep limits associated with the health crisis may be being lifted, but there is still some way to go before the can resume their operations.

During the restraining order, nearly 90% of Australians spent less on eating out and transportation, and nearly 80% on leisure activities, such as going to cinemas or gyms, while three-quarters reduced public transportation.

But three-quarters of those who cut spending during the epidemic and related closures said they expected to spend more on recreational activities, dining out, and private such as gasoline. Only 55% said they expect to spend more on public transport.

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