SYDNEY COVID BATTLE | Army, Navy and Air Force join fight against virus | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “SYDNEY COVID BATTLE | Army, Navy and Air Force join fight against virus | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

Members of the Army, Navy and Air Force have joined the COVID fight. 300 defence personnel are assisting New South Wales Police as they hit the streets in Sydney hotspots. But don’t expect them to be knocking on doors to ensure compliance. Their focus is on the welfare of residents, stuck in lockdown for at least another four weeks.

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