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Five new coronavirus cases in Victoria as residents of five Melbourne suburbs urged to get tested for coronavirus

SBS Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Residents of a tower block in Melbourne's north have been told to isolate for 48 hours after being linked to a nearby school where a student tested positive.
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Five new coronavirus cases in Victoria as residents of five Melbourne suburbs urged to get tested for coronavirus

Residents of a tower block in Melbourne's north have been told to isolate for 48 hours after being linked to a nearby school where a student tested positive.
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