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NSW records its first coronavirus death in weeks as health warnings are issued after a taxi driver tested positive

Credit: SBS- Published on September 20, 2020
NSW has recorded its first coronavirus death in five weeks, while a Sydney taxi driver has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting health warnings for potential contacts to monitor for symptoms in a number of locations.
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Published on September 22, 2020 -  00:48
Police seen in Belfast as students dismiss coronavirus warnings
Police in Belfast's Holyland were seen after many students were congregating despite warnings regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Footage filmed by a local taxi driver in the early hours of September 22 shows many PSNI officers donning face masks as many students line the streets and pavements, some with bottles in hand. According to local reports, over 50 COVID-related warnings were issued by authorities in Holyland and neighbouring Stranmillis.

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Queensland will reopen to all of regional NSW from Tuesday but Sydneysiders and Victoria will remain on the COVID-19 border blacklist.
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NSW has recorded four new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 and Sydney's Malek Fahd Islamic School is closed after a student was diagnosed with COVID-19.
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