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Victorian health minister slams 'stupid' beachgoers for not taking coronavirus seriously

SBS Sunday, 29 March 2020
Some Victorians are defying authorities and gathering at the state's beaches.
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Victorian era Victorian era Period of British history encompassing Queen Victoria's reign

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