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'Buffets and pandemics don't mix': Sydney restaurant fined for coronavirus breaches

SBS Sunday, 20 September 2020
A Korean BBQ restaurant has been fined for having a self-serve buffet despite COVID-19 rules, with SafeWork NSW saying the breaches defy logic.
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