Sydney lifts Covid curfews as case numbers stabilise

Sydney lifts Covid curfews as case numbers stabilise

15/9/2021 7:16:00 AM

Sydney lifts Covid curfews as case numbers stabilise

SYDNEY — Sydney authorities moved to lift curfews for coronavirus hotpots Wednesday (Sept 15), as infection numbers stabilised and vaccination rates surged.

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