Tensions high at anti-lockdown protests in Melbourne and Sydney

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Arrests were made in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond during an anti-lockdown protest, as hundreds took to the streets to denounce government COVID policies. Police also installed roadblocks in Sydney as part of an effort to prevent protesters from gaining access to the city center.

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