COVID-19 NSW 28 Sep | 863 new cases as Premier defends denying freedoms to unvaccinated | ABC News

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00:00 – Concerns small businesses left to police unvaccinated

02:43 – Worker shortage as restaurants get ready for end of lockdown

04:43 – Some regional communities come out of lockdown, others back in to lockdown

06:32 – Government denies Disability Commission findings over vaccine rollout

07:27 – Report finds extended families struggling during lockdowns

NSW records 863 COVID-19 infections and seven deaths after Premier Gladys Berejiklian defended the government stance on denying freedoms to the unvaccinated before December.

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