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Passengers to be quarantined on Rottnest Island as cruise ship 'disaster' looms

SBS Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
Three cruise ships are proving a nightmare for the WA government, with two forced to stay at anchor, while 800 passengers on a third will be quarantined.
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