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Sydney quarantine hotel security guard among seven new NSW coronavirus cases

SBS Wednesday, 19 August 2020
NSW Health officials have played down fears of a quarantine breach in Sydney after a hotel security guard tested positive for COVID-19 - one of seven new cases on Wednesday.
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