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Some students who have visited China told to stay home from school

The Age Monday, 27 January 2020 ()
A number of private schools in Sydney have told students who recently travelled to China not to return to school for at least a fortnight, after a UNSW student became the fifth person to test positive for the coronavirus in Australia.
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