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NSW lockdown: Why Gladys Berejiklian doesn’t want to close state – NEWS.com.au

Why authorities are reluctant to go into lockdown in NSW and don’t believe coronavirus can be eliminated

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As the coronavirus continues to spread across NSW, authorities are resisting calls for a second lockdown and say its impossible to eliminate COVID-19.Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she does not want to close the state down again despite the state recording more than 200 new coronavirus cases in the last month.
An outbreak at Sydney’s Crossroads Hotel in Casula has infected more than 40 people and seen more than 20 pubs, restaurants and other venues put on high alert.
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