7NEWS Update – April 22: Billions in tax cuts expected; COVID-19 scare in Sydney | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “7NEWS Update – April 22: Billions in tax cuts expected; COVID-19 scare in Sydney | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

Billions of dollars in bonus tax cuts are reportedly on the way, after the Morrison Government’s economic recovery plan was leaked ahead of the federal budget; Urgent contact tracing is underway in Sydney, after fears a highly infectious strain of COVID-19 escaped hotel quarantine from the Mercure Hotel on George Street; and a man and a young girl have plunged 36 metres to their deaths from a dam wall in South Australia.

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