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Australia to end mandatory home isolation for COVID patients

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ustralia will end the mandatory five-day home quarantine for COVID-infected people on Oct. 14, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said on Friday, as the country scrapped one of the last remaining restrictions from the pandemic era.
2 months ago·Sydney, Australia

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SYDNEY - Australia will end the mandatory five-day home quarantine for COVID-infected people on Oct. 14, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said on Friday, as the country scrapped one of the last remaining restrictions from the pandemic era. "We want a policy that promotes resilience and capacity-building and reduces a reliance on government intervention," Albanese said during a media

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