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'We'll be a leper colony': Australians stranded in Wuhan to be evacuated to Christmas Island

SBS Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Scott Morrison has announced some of the 600 Australians stuck in the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak will be evacuated.
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Trump Considers Banning TikTok

On Tuesday, President Trump gave an interview in which he said he was considering banning TikTok. Trump echoed earlier comments from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Trump implied a ban on TikTok would be a way of punishing China for the coronavirus. Business Insider reports that Coronavirus originated in the city of Wuhan. Trump's rationale was somewhat different from the reason given by Pompeo. Pompeo said the US was worried TikTok could be a national-security risk.

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Beijing residents less worried as new virus cases drops

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison made the announcements on Friday.
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Watch: Australia Hong Kong update

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Citizenship Alan Tudge are speaking live shortly with an update about Australia-Hong Kong ties.
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Australia set to cap international flights to contain spike in coronavirus cases

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has agreed to cap international arrivals after state premiers raised concerns about stretched hotel quarantine systems.
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