Isolated mining camps, hotels to be used as coronavirus quarantine centres

Isolated mining camps and hotels will be used as temporary quarantine centres for Australians traveling back from coronavirus hotspots. The government is preparing for the potential evacuation of thousands of Australians exceeding the capacity at the Christmas Island isolation centre. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the government is looking at every scenario possible. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has warned the economic impact of the virus could be more severe than the SARS outbreak in 2003.

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