Organisers have applied to hold another Black Lives Matter protest in Sydney.(ABC News: Jack Fisher)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelNew South Wales Police will attempt to block another planned Black Lives Matter protest slated for next week with thousands planning to attend despite rising coronavirus cases.Key points:The protest is planned for late JulyIt will be opposed by NSW Police in the Supreme CourtOrganisers say they will continue to assert their right to protestCommissioner Mick Fuller told Nine Radio organisers had lodged an application for the protest in late July, but police would fight to ensure it doesn't go ahead.So far more than 1,000 people have indicated on social media they are going to the event, with a further 3,000 interested in attending.Commissioner Fuller urged people to stay away.Coronavirus latest: Follow all the latest information in our COVID-19 live blog."Relying on some pretty good intelligence out of Victoria, we know how dangerous these protests can be in terms of health," he said."We know from the Victorian protest that it put a lot of lives at risk and it's just not worth it."From our perspective it was obviously big numbers in Victoria and a number of people that came to the protest were living in those vertical towers so that certainly is enough for me." NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller says he'll instruct officers to issue thousands of fines.(AAP: Joel Carrett)Commissioner Fuller said if the police did not manage to block the event in the Supreme Court, he would instruct officers to issue thousands of tickets for people in crowds breaching health orders.Appealing directly to protesters he said: "Now whether I can write 2,000 or 3,000 [tickets] I don't know, but do you want to be that person to get the first ticket?"It's not the first time police have fought a Black Lives Matter rally.Last month a protest went ahead after organisers launched a successful last-minute appeal to overturn a NSW Supreme Court decision ruling it was not authorised.The protest ended in ugly scenes at Sydney's Central Station where police used pepper spray on protesters.Read more about coronavirus:Tighter restrictions loom if Victoria's coronavirus 'rollercoaster' doesn't slow downThe Daniel Andrews brand is damaged. Here's what the politics mean for the pandemicCommissioner Fuller said the fact the rally went ahead "led to a lot of frustration" in the community."A lot of people have made lots of sacrifices and then seeing big numbers of people on the TV clearly flouting the health laws and the Premier's advice, I think a lot of people were frustrated about that."In a Facebook post, organisers provided a COVID-19 safety checklist for attendees, including a warning for anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms to not attend.Stay up-to-date on the coronavirus outbreakDownload the ABC News app and subscribe to our range of news alerts for the latest on how the pandemic is impacting the world"While large crowds continue to gather in Sydney for commercial purposes,
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