A women's fashion retailer has temporarily closed its doors at Dubbo and across two states amid the latest coronavirus outbreak.
Noni B has pulled down the shutters for a time, in a decision mirroring that taken during the 2020 lockdown.
"Consistent with the first major COVID outbreak in 2020 we have closed our stores in NSW and Victoria for the health and safety of our people and customers," a spokesman for Mosaic Brands, the parent company of Noni B, said.
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"As such during this period our focus now is on online trading."
A sign at Noni B's store in Dubbo Square advised shoppers of the decision, saying it would reopen "as soon as it [was] safe".
In early April last year at least 20 retailers across the city temporarily closed their physical premises, citing the COVID-19 outbreak.
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