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NSW records seven new coronavirus infections as Sydney hospital clusters grow

SBS Thursday, 10 September 2020
NSW Health says there are now 14 COVID-19 cases linked to the Concord and Liverpool emergency departments cluster, including nine healthcare workers.
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