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Labor MP: Sydney’s residents ‘becoming angry’ over lockdown uncertainty

Labor MP Jihad Dib says residents in the eight local government areas facing strict stay-at-home measures are becoming increasingly infuriated as Greater Sydney’s lockdown casts uncertainty over the livelihoods of struggling families. 

“It is tough, it is extremely tough, people have been doing it difficult for a long time and with today’s further restrictions announced, I think I can’t imagine a time when I’ve seen so many people just down, who are just not sure what the future holds, so they're extremely worried about that,” he told Sky News host Chris Kenny. 

“These are mums and dads, these are sole traders - the tradies who just feel, for them, that’s it, the work is gone and they feel that they’ve been excluded and so there’s been a lot of difficulties around that today.

“People are hurting, they are really hurting and the hurt is starting to become anger.”

Labor MP Jihad Dib says residents in the eight local government areas facing strict stay-at-home measures are becoming increasingly infuriated as Greater Sydney’s lockdown casts uncertainty over the livelihoods of struggling families.

“It is tough, it is extremely tough, people have been doing it difficult for a long time and with today’s further restrictions announced, I think I can’t imagine a time when I’ve seen so many people just down, who are just not sure what the future holds, so they’re extremely worried about that,” he told Sky News host Chris Kenny.

“These are mums and dads, these are sole traders – the tradies who just feel, for them, that’s it, the work is gone and they feel that they’ve been excluded and so there’s been a lot of difficulties around that today.

“People are hurting, they are really hurting and the hurt is starting to become anger.”
Labor MP Jihad Dib says residents in the eight local government areas facing strict stay-at-home measures are becoming increasingly infuriated as Greater Sydney’s lockdown casts uncertainty over the livelihoods of struggling families.

“It is tough, it is extremely tough, people have been doing it difficult for a long time and with today’s further restrictions announced, I think I can’t imagine a time when I’ve seen so many people just down, who are just not sure what the future holds, so they’re extremely worried about that,” he told Sky News host Chris Kenny.

“These are mums and dads, these are sole traders – the tradies who just feel, for them, that’s it, the work is gone and they feel that they’ve been excluded and so there’s been a lot of difficulties around that today.

“People are hurting, they are really hurting and the hurt is starting to become anger.”

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