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Victoria may force returning travellers to get coronavirus test, NSW announces extra 10 days of quarantine for those who refuse

SBS Saturday, 27 June 2020 ()
The Victorian government is seeking legal advice about whether it can force returned travellers in hotel quarantine get tested for COVID-19, after it emerged a third are refusing tests.
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