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PM announced hotel quarantine program before it was endorsed by health chiefs, inquiry hears

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Victoria's hotel quarantine inquiry has also heard that at least one returned traveller left hotel quarantine in Melbourne while infected with COVID-19 and passed it on to the person who drove them home.
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