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NSW authorities investigating how coronavirus spread between neighbouring hotel rooms – SBS News

NSW Health says COVID-19 may have been transmitted within hotel quarantine, after seven cases from different countries in adjacent rooms had the same sequence.



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COVID-19 appears to have jumped between neighbouring rooms in hotel quarantine in Sydney, after seven cases of people arriving from different countries were revealed to have the same viral sequence.
NSW Health says it was notified that the returned travellers had the same viral sequence on Friday.
The cases may have to be reclassified as locally-acquired cases.
The seven cases came from two family groups who arrived from different countries on different days.
They stayed in adjacent rooms on the…

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