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Perth shoppers armed with face masks and bottles of hand sanitiser shrugged off fears of catching COVID-19 to indulge in some post-Christmas retail therapy.

Crowds descended on the newly-redeveloped Karrinyup Shopping Centre from 8am on Sunday, flooding popular stores like Sephora, Zaras medical officer of health deems COVID levels safe enough for them to return., JB Hi-Fi and LEGO to bag a Boxing Day bargain.

Masks and rising COVID cases did little to deter the shoppers, who were expected to spend $2.9 billion in store and a further $1The country to help with mass screening for infections.2 billion online across Australia on December 26.

Perth mum Melissa Graham took her two daughters Chelsea, 20, and Sophie, 15Jim Sadler, president o, to check out some of the slashed prices — in a bid to escape the extreme heatwave sizzling outside.

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