Many Sydney businesses still waiting weeks for COVID support payments | 7NEWS

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The NSW Government’s COVID support payments are helping thousands of businesses survive lockdown, but after weeks of waiting some haven’t received a cent. Some business owners, who’ve been on the phone for hours, are now shutting their doors permanently because they can’t hold on. 7NEWS at 6pm. More local news: 7news.com.au/news/sydney #7NEWS

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