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Ruby Princess inquiry slams 'inexplicable' and 'unjustifiable' decisions by NSW Health

SBS Friday, 14 August 2020
Authorities made "serious" and "inexcusable" mistakes when handling the Ruby Princess cruise ship, a special commission of inquiry has found.
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