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  • Virgin suspending all domestic flights
    Virgin Australia has announced it is suspending all domestic flights except for one between Sydney and Melbourne as the coronavirus outbreak continues to impact the airline industry.
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  • ‘Disturbing’ impact of virus on our passport
    Japan still has the world's most powerful passport but the honour has been rendered pretty much meaningless due to COVID-19, the study’s authors say.
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  • Worrying photo in virus epicentre
    Lockdown has been lifted in the Chinese city of Wuhan, and the floodgates have well and truly burst open.
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  • Passenger sues over ‘virus time bomb’
    A former passenger with Costa Cruises has filed a class-action lawsuit against the cruise line, claiming it failed to warn guests about a person on a previous voyage who disembarked after exhibiting possible coronavirus symptoms.
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  • Call that led to 650 Australian cases
    A phone conversation between an Australian Border Force official and a Sydney harbourmaster could have led to the troubled Ruby Princess getting permission to dock in Sydney despite 140 people in isolation on board.
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  • Wuhan cargo plane lands in Sydney
    A cargo plane carrying six crew members from Wuhan arrived in Sydney late on Wednesday night as the Chinese city at the heart of the global pandemic reopened.
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  • Photo reveals stunning impact of virus
    Lockdown measures to fight the spread of COVID-19 have rolled out across the world and while it is having a devastating impact on the world’s economy, the environment is clearly reaping the rewards,
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  • Women fined $176k for virus mistake
    A mother and daughter, who visited South Korea’s popular Jeju Island on holiday, could be sued after they failed to declare COVID-19 symptoms.
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  • ‘Weird message’: Karl and Premier clash
    The message is somewhat clear: “You can’t be on holiday”. But there is still some confusion around who – if anyone – can still go for a walk or a swim at some of Queensland’s most popular beaches.
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  • Elites still party in virus pandemic
    They whiled away the week on a sex- and drug-fuelled romp: dancing on white-sand beaches and frolicking on a paradisaic Caribbean island with prostitutes from Europe, some snapping selfies with famous reggaeton artists. But unbeknown to several child…
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