New South Wales records 210 new locally acquired cases of coronavirus – two-thirds in people under 40 – as police set up exclusion zone over anti-lockdown protest; Queensland locks down 11 LGAs from 4pm today after six new cases. Follow the latest news
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We’ll leave it there for today.
But before we leave you, here are the main developments of the day.
Tasmania’s premier, Peter Gutwein, has been a providing a Covid-19 update this afternoon.
The state has closed its borders to south-east Queensland. About 11,000 people who entered the state from Queensland will need to self-isolate.
Read the original article at The Guardian