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Six West Australians forced back into isolation after Queensland mutant case concerns


“They’re all in home quarantine and their close contacts are being monitored on a daily basis so they’ll be further tested,” he said.

“Obviously as time goes by we’re doing everything we can to make sure the virus doesn’t spread into the Western Australian community.”

Health Minister Roger Cook said he was confident the risks were low.

“They’re certainly isolating but their contacts at this point in time won’t be required to isolate, although it is important that we identify them and that they…



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