Coronavirus: Sydney lifts curfew as infections stabilize and vaccination rates rise

Coronavirus: Sydney lifts curfew as infections stabilize and vaccination rates rise




Sydney authorities decided on Wednesday to lift curfews on coronavirus hotpots as infection numbers stabilized and vaccination rates rose almost three months after activity in Australia’s largest city was frozen by lockdown warrants. New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said the 9-5am curfew due to virus hotspots would be lifted from Wednesday, signaling Sydneysider’s hope the beginning of the end of a long lockdown.

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Sydney authorities decided on Wednesday to lift curfews on coronavirus hotpots as infection numbers stabilized and vaccination rates rose almost three months after activity in Australia’s largest city was frozen by lockdown warrants. New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said the 9-5am curfew due to virus hotspots would be lifted from Wednesday, signaling Sydneysider’s hope the beginning of the end of a long lockdown.

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