Troops a “message of reassurance” for Sydney: Defence Minister | Coronavirus | 9 News Australia

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Defence Minister Peter Dutton speaks about the choice to deploy troops to hotspot local government areas in Sydney’s lockdown. Subscribe and 🔔: https://bit.ly/2noaGhv | Get more breaking news at 9News.com.au: https://bit.ly/2nobVgF

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