Coronavirus: Sydney to lift curfew as infections stabilise, vaccination rates surge

Sydney authorities moved to lift curfews for coronavirus hotpots on Wednesday, as infection numbers stabilised and vaccination rates surged, almost three months after activity in Australia’s largest city was frozen by lockdown orders.New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the 9pm to 5am curfew for virus hotspots would be lifted from Wednesday, in what Sydneysiders hope signals the beginning of the end of a long lockdown.Infection rates appear to have plateaued at around 1,300 a day and…


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