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Australia may keep coronavirus restrictions for a year, schools could adopt roster

Reuters India Friday, 17 April 2020
Australian public life could be constrained for another year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned on Friday, as the country's most populous state mulled sending children to school in shifts.
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