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The Biloela Tamil family say Christmas Island detention staff are ignoring coronavirus protection measures

SBS Wednesday, 8 April 2020
The family and their lawyer have told SBS News they're worried about exposure to COVID-19 amid claims staff at the immigration detention centre are not self-isolating when they arrive from the mainland and are not following social distancing measures.
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