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Grand Chancellor, UK COVID strain concern




NSW health authorities have worked through the night to track down anyone linked to a “concerning” coronavirus cluster at a Brisbane hotel quarantine facility.

NSW Health announced late on Wednesday night that anyone in the state who had quarantined at the Hotel Grand Chancellor since December 30 needed to contact them and undergo another 14 days quarantine.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she strongly supported tracking down anyone who may have been exposed to the strain as she works alongside other leaders to “keep the virus out of the Australian community”.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Wednesday announced the 129 guests currently quarantining at the Hotel Grand Chancellor would be made to undergo an extra 14 days…

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