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Steven Miles downplays reports of new coronavirus strain on freight ship off Queensland's coast

SBS Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Deputy Premier Steven Miles has played down fears a freight ship off the Queensland coast may be carrying a new strain of COVID-19 as testing continues.
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