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The Malvern East business owner now looking for work at 58


Like many operators in the travel industry, the coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on Caffery’s small, but previously profitable, business in Melbourne’s leafy Malvern East.

While Caffery has seen her share of disruptions to the travel sector during her 38-year career – terrorism attacks, tsunamis, earthquakes and economic downturns – nothing compares to coronavirus.

“Overnight, through no fault of my own, my business is worth nothing,” she says.

While Caffery and two of her…



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