Protesters climb an awning outside Sydney Town Hall during an anti-lockdown rally over the weekend, which could become a superspreader event. Photo: Reuters Protesters climb an awning outside Sydney Town Hall during an anti-lockdown rally over the weekend, which could become a superspreader event. Photo: Reuters
Protesters climb an awning outside Sydney Town Hall during an anti-lockdown rally over the weekend, which could become a superspreader event. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Sydney cases rise amid fears of surge after anti-lockdown protest

  • Australian police have received thousands of tip-offs after a protest that has the potential to become a superspreader event
  • Elsewhere, Thailand reported record numbers as Southeast Asia becomes a global epicentre for the Covid-19 pandemic

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Protesters climb an awning outside Sydney Town Hall during an anti-lockdown rally over the weekend, which could become a superspreader event. Photo: Reuters Protesters climb an awning outside Sydney Town Hall during an anti-lockdown rally over the weekend, which could become a superspreader event. Photo: Reuters
Protesters climb an awning outside Sydney Town Hall during an anti-lockdown rally over the weekend, which could become a superspreader event. Photo: Reuters
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