Covid-19 Outbreak: Despite the lockdown in Sydney, cases of Covid-19 infection are increasing, now strict restrictions will be implemented with the help of the army
Australia is once again facing the brunt of increasing cases of infection. The country's largest city Sydney recorded a record daily increase in cases of Covid-19 infection on Thursday. At the same time, the officials have now sought help from the army to implement the strict lockdown.
Australia, which has almost overcome the Corona epidemic crisis, is now once again facing increasing cases of infection. The country's largest city Sydney recorded a record daily increase in cases of Covid-19 infection on Thursday. At the same time, the officials have now sought help from the army to implement the strict lockdown. Let us tell you, in the past, there were demonstrations in other cities of the country including Sydney in protest against the restrictions imposed due to the lockdown. In which a large number of people participated, during this many people were also taken into custody.
Increase even after lockdown
The severity of the Covid-19 infection can be gauged from the fact that, despite the ongoing lockdown in Sydney for several weeks, 239 new cases have been registered in the last 24 hours. Which is the biggest daily increase since the start of the pandemic. New South Wales State Premier Gladys Berejiklian told reporters in Sydney, "Given the circumstances of the current infection, we can only assume that the situation is likely to worsen in the coming times." He also told that one more person has died due to Covid-19 infection, due to which the death toll due to infection in the country has gone up to 921.
Strict restrictions will apply
At the same time, according to the New South Wales Police, even more strict restrictions will be implemented in the state from Friday and more than 300 military personnel will be deployed to comply with them. Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said in a statement that in view of the past demonstrations, he had sought military assistance from the Prime Minister. which has been approved.
Fear of heavy economic loss
Significantly, the lockdown in Sydney has been extended for a month, but during this time most construction projects have been allowed to start. As long as all their employees are completely healthy. While there are fears of huge economic losses during the lockdown, New South Wales accounts for more than a third of Australia's economy.