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Home Health News Visit from infected woman cost bar $100k - Noosa News

Visit from infected woman cost bar $100k – Noosa News

Details have been revealed of the trail of destruction left behind by three women who allegedly lied about travelling to Melbourne in order to get back into Queensland.
The owner of a Brisbane bar revealed he lost about $100,000 in revenue after one of the women visited the venue despite waiting for the results of a COVID-19 test.
Olivia Muranga visited Cowch Bar in Southbank to have a cocktail in June when she should have been self-isolating after being tested for the virus.
The 20-year-old …

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