NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller warned any anti-lockdown protest in the Sydney CBD this weekend would be met by 1000 police officers.
'Please don't come into Sydney tomorrow to protest,' he said at the NSW Covid update on Friday morning.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'If you do, you will be met by up to 1000 police who will be ready to deal with you, whether that be via the health orders or other laws.'
'This is such an important time for New South Wales in terms of winning the battle against the virus and coming into town to protest is not the answer.'
'If you [protest], you will be met by up to 1000 police who will be ready to deal with you, whether that be via the health orders or other laws,' NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said at Friday's Covid update
Commissioner Fuller said that any protest in another area of Sydney would also be met with force by NSW police.
'[Our] force will be mobile and will be waiting to you,' he said.
'You have been given plenty of warnings.
'The strike force from last week is locked up over 60 individuals and issued