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Old June 9th, 2020, 11:59 PM
Ned Seagoon Ned Seagoon is offline
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So far all is well.

All workers on a Queensland farm who were exposed to a fruit-picker who travelled from Victoria while infected with COVID-19 have tested negative to the virus.
More than 230 people were tested, including at a pop-up clinic at the farmworker's accommodation in Bundaberg, after the man was found to be sick.
Health Minister Steven Miles announced all 147 workers have returned negative tests.
His office has not confirmed whether all the other remaining test results have come back.
The 24-year-old man flew from Melbourne to Brisbane last week, where he socialised with friends and family, before flying to Bundaberg, checking into shared accommodation and working a shift at a strawberry farm.
Authorities will conduct a round of follow-up tests later this week.
Dr Miles thanked everyone for co-operating with the rapid health response, and said the sick man is doing well in isolation.
Queensland's statewide tally remains at 1062 on Wednesday morning, with just three active cases across the state
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