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Mining camps could replace hotel quarantine, new cases

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Queensland will consider housing returned travellers and quarantine staff in a bubble at the state’s mining camps in a bid to keep the community safe from overseas acquired cases of COVID-19.

It comes despite the state recording no new locally acquired cases of COVID-19, as authorities race to track down anyone linked to a concerning hotel quarantine cluster.

The welcome news comes one day after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk revealed an unprecedented mass evacuation of all guests at the…



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