NSW police on patrol at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Photo: EPA NSW police on patrol at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Photo: EPA
NSW police on patrol at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Photo: EPA

In Sydney’s coronavirus lockdown, east-west divide means the vulnerable are hit harder than the wealthy

  • The tougher lockdowns have dealt an economic blow the federal government has said may contribute to a second recession in two years
  • Harsher restrictions and tougher policing in the worst affected neighbourhoods have stoked resentment among members of the public

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
NSW police on patrol at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Photo: EPA NSW police on patrol at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Photo: EPA
NSW police on patrol at Bondi Beach in Sydney. Photo: EPA
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