Australians always kindly refer to Brisbane as the "big county seat", but this Friday morning, with the arrival of leaders of various countries and the patrolling of security personnel, Brisbane looks like a "ghost city". .
According to the "Australian Daily Mail" report, leaders of various countries arrived in Brisbane this Friday, and Brisbane also deployed a large number of security personnel to patrol the CBD, and many roads were also blocked.
The CBD is also extremely deserted. Only occasionally I hear police riot cars roaring in the street or the sound of helicopters hovering overhead. Pedestrians need to make way for the army, police and emergency services.
The lively Queen Street Mall in the city center in the past is also deserted today. Many stores have been closed, and only a few shopkeepers are still open.
Some large department stores and other stores are still open for business, but their business hours will be shortened.
However, some people will take their dogs out for a stroll and enjoy the fresh air and spacious streets by taking advantage of the deserted public holiday.
The Minister of Tourism in Queensland stated that although many road sections have been blocked and businesses have been affected, the arrival of more than 20 representatives and more than 4000 journalists during the G3000 will still bring more than 1 million economic growth to Brisbane.
Let’s see what Brisbane looks like today:
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