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Brisbane’s Grand Chancellor COVID-19 cluster now extends to six people. Here’s what authorities are doing about it




Authorities are moving quickly to address a coronavirus cluster in Brisbane’s Hotel Grand Chancellor with a massive people-moving operation now underway.

Genomic testing has revealed six people at the hotel have the UK strain of the virus.

These are the new measures being put in place:

Who’s being moved?

Queensland Health is shifting 129 people who have been spending a 14-day quarantine period in the Hotel Grand Chancellor.

Some of these people have finished that initial quarantine period, but will now undergo what Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk termed a “quarantine reset” — spending another fortnight in a new quarantine…

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