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SA Premier defends decision to allow British woman with coronavirus to visit dying sister

SBS Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Health officials and the South Australian Premier have defended letting a British woman into Adelaide to visit a dying relative, despite her positive COVID-19 test.
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