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Confusion reigns, but cruise ship heading to Fremantle has no coronavirus cases on board

The Age Monday, 23 March 2020
A cruise ship headed for Fremantle that Premier Mark McGowan said this morning was carrying hundreds of passengers with "upper respiratory illnesses" has no one aboard with respiratory diseases or any flu-like symptoms.
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