NSW government denies running operation to expose leaker feeding TikToker COVID numbers | ABC News

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The NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard denies running a sting operation to expose leaker feeding daily COVID-19 numbers to TikTok comedian.

The TikTok comedian correctly predicted the number of COVID-19 case numbers for five consecutive days, leading many to believe there is a leaker.

He has denied insider information, claiming he was simply using maths.

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