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Cruise liners pause services due to virus

Several cruise liners have paused operations in Australia for at least 30 days as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Australia's chief medical officer Professor Brendan Murphy told reporters on Saturday that he expected the cruise ship industry to go into
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