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NSW records one new COVID-19 case amid concerns mystery infection could reset QLD 'border clock'

SBS Saturday, 26 September 2020
NSW has recorded zero new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, with a returned traveller in hotel quarantine the only new case recorded across the state.
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