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Three Queensland women charged for allegedly breaching coronavirus quarantine

SBS Thursday, 30 July 2020 ()
Three Queensland women will face court for dodging quarantine after returning to the Sunshine State from Melbourne while infected with COVID-19.
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Florida Florida State in the southeastern United States

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