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Economic impact from coronavirus will be 'more significant than the bushfires' in Australia

SBS Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Fifteen Australians have been cleared of coronavirus and seven others only have mild symptoms, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.
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