People Can Sing in Church Again: COVID-19 Restrictions Eased Across Greater Sydney [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

People Can Sing in Church Again: COVID-19 Restrictions Eased Across Greater Sydney [Headlines]

Restrictions have eased after no further cases were linked to an Eastern suburbs couple who caught the virus earlier this month.

By Hope NewsroomMonday 17 May 2021NewsReading Time: 1 minute

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Restrictions have eased this morning across Greater Sydney, after no further cases were linked to an Eastern suburbs couple who caught the virus earlier this month.

Masks are no longer compulsory on public transport and all singing and dancing is now allowed.

While GPs are now officially joining the rollout of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for over 50s.

Australian cricketers and officials are scheduled to arrive in Australia today after fleeing COVID-19 ravaged India.

They were evacuated to the Maldives during the ban on flights from India.

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Two men have been attacked with iron bars and a baseball bat during a home invasion in Sydney’s west.

Police have been told six men forced their way into the Marayong property while the occupants were sleeping.

A 26-year-old man is in hospital with back and head injuries

A rescue package for Australia’s two remaining oil refineries is being unveiled by the Morrison government.

It’s designed to shore up the nation’s fuel supply

Sydney drivers could soon be able to use an app to find a free parking spot.

As part of a trial, motorists will be able to log in and see where street parking is available in Liverpool.