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Queensland records two new cases of coronavirus as correctional centres put in lockdown – ABC News

Two new cases of coronavirus are recorded in Queensland overnight with one person in hotel quarantine as well as a man who is a trainer from Queensland’s corrective services, leaving 7,000 prisoners in lockdown.

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There have been two new cases of coronavirus in Queensland in the past 24 hours, one person who is in hotel quarantine and a man who is a trainer from Queensland’s corrective services.
Correctional facilities in the state went into lockdown after the trainer, from the Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) Academy at Wacol, returned a positive result yesterday afternoon.
Queensland COVID-19 snapshot:
The 60-year-old had trained 14 recruits and worked alongside 11 colleagues all were tested and …

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