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NSW records its first coronavirus death in weeks as health warnings are issued after a taxi driver tested positive

SBS Sunday, 20 September 2020
NSW has recorded its first coronavirus death in five weeks, while a Sydney taxi driver has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting health warnings for potential contacts to monitor for symptoms in a number of locations.
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