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Australian coronavirus cases spike, cruise with sick passengers denied entry

Reuters Monday, 23 March 2020
Australians began living under strict new lockdown rules on Monday as coronavirus cases topped 1,600 and authorities denied entry to a cruise ship carrying hundreds on board complaining of respiratory illnesses.
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