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Search for passengers exposed to coronavirus case on flight to Sydney

The Age Monday, 2 March 2020
NSW Health authorities are searching for the unsuspecting passengers who were seated near a woman diagnosed with coronavirus on a Qatar Air flight from Iran to Sydney.
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