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Victorians from virus hotspots will be banned from NSW and fined $11,000 if they try to enter state

SBS Wednesday, 1 July 2020
Residents of Melbourne's coronavirus hotspots have been banned from NSW and will be fined $11,000 if they try to enter the state.
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