Australia Covid live update: NSW braces for another day of high cases, Katie Hopkins’ visa cancelled

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10.41pm BST

In other news, this morning far-right British personality Katie Hopkins will be deported after the Australian government cancelled her visa overnight.

She had arrived in the country on the request of Channel 7, joining the cast of Celebrity Big Brother, but she was quickly dumped from the show have posted a video from her hotel quarantine rules where she bosted about flouting the facilities Covid-19 safety protocols.

I thought that it was shameful. The fact that she was out there boasting about breaching quarantine was appalling. It was a slap in the face for all those Australians who are currently in lockdown, and it’s just unacceptable behaviour. So, personally, I’m very pleased she’ll be leaving…

The Australian Border Force acted quickly to make sure that the visa on which she entered was cancelled. There was a bit of a process to follow with that. We will be getting her out of the country as soon as we can possibly arrange that. So I’m hopeful that it will happen imminently.

10.41pm BST

Hello and welcome to the new week. It’s Matilda Boseley here, ready to bring you all the news this frosty Monday morning.

Construction sites have ground to a halt across greater Sydney today, as tougher Covid-19 restrictions begin.

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