McGowan’s slow rollback of COVID restrictions made Perth a less liveable city: The Global Liveability Index


WA’s slow rollback of COVID restrictions has seen the once envied destination of Perth plummet on the global liveability ladder, but Premier Mark McGowan has stood by his pandemic response.

The city was last year ranked the sixth most liveable place in the world.

But what goes up must come down and this year Perth slid to number 32.

The Global Liveability Index, done by the Economic Intelligence Unit, looked at the stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education and infrastructure to find the world’s best cities.

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