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PCCI manager Andrew McKerrell on how Mandurah business owners are feeling as border opening nears

Updated February 24 2022 - 1:43pm, first published 1:30pm
Local Leaders: Andrew McKerrell on how Mandurah business owners are feeling as border opening nears
Local Leaders: Andrew McKerrell on how Mandurah business owners are feeling as border opening nears

As we near the end of February already, my last column seems but a distant memory with so much unexpected change and curve balls being thrown at our business community. At this time in January, we were all busy preparing for the state's hard border to come down on February 5, which then all changed a week later. As of Friday, February 18, we all now find ourselves back in this very same position with the State Government announcing the new plan to reopen on March 3. At the start of the week, all signs were indicating an opening of early April, and this new announcement bringing the opening forward is indeed welcomed, however has pushed many of us back yet again from a planning perspective. We now have two weeks to replan, we've done it before, and we can certainly do it again.

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