Police in Tasmania, Australia, say they are using a rescue helicopter to patrol for people violating a stay-at-home order. If the helicopter spots someone on the road, the pilot will alert police to check and make sure that are out for an essential reason. And in remote areas that a police vehicle may not be able to reach, the helicopter might land and warn people to return home.
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