‘National emergency’ as NSW records 136 Covid cases and premier calls for vaccine ‘refocus’ – video

NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian calls coronavirus spread in Sydney a ‘a national emergency’ as state records another death and 136 new cases of Covid-19.  Berejiklian says, ‘we need to have a discussion about refocusing the national vaccination strategy’ and says NSW needs more Pfizer vaccines for the young population in south-west Sydney.  Chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant said, ‘I have advised the government today that this is a national emergency, and requires additional measures to reduce the case numbers’

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