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Australians stuck in coronavirus epicentre prepare to be airlifted to Christmas Island

SBS Sunday, 2 February 2020
The Australian nationals stranded in the epicentre of the coronavirus are expected to depart Wuhan for Christmas Island on Monday.
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News video: Australia virus evacuation flight heads to island

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Australian citizens and permanent residents, evacuated out of the coronavirus epicentre in Wuhan, arrived at a remote airbase in Learmonth, Western Australia on Monday (February 3), before being transferred to Christmas Island for quarantine.

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