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'Singles bubble’ begins in Greater Sydney

After living in lockdown, the chance for singles to meet another person is welcomed Source: Getty

From 12.01 am on Saturday, July 31, people living by themselves in Sydney will be able to nominate one person who can visit them despite the COVID-19 restrictions. Residents are strongly encouraged to check the New South Wales government's website for the latest information and conditions before applying for an exemption.

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