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Sydney school closed after 'probable' coronavirus case, while positive Melbourne protester won't be named

SBS Friday, 12 June 2020
A school in Sydney's eastern suburbs has temporarily closed as NSW Health investigates a probable coronavirus case as police warn they will fine protesters at rallies in both Sydney and Melbourne this weekend.
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