Covid-19: NHS Covid passes, and lockdown lifted in Sydney

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It’s been 107 days since people could travel beyond 5km (3.1 miles) and visit other households but lockdown has finally been lifted in the Australian city of Sydney. To mark its reopening, people queued at pubs, shops, barbers, restaurants and nail salons to celebrate their new freedoms after the state of New South Wales reached its target of getting 70% of over 16s double jabbed. “We’re stoked to be back, we’re having the best Monday in months, even before Covid,” one pub licensee says.