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Tennis players forced to quarantine ahead of Australian Open after positive Covid-19 tests – NBC News

Tennis players at the Australian Open in Melbourne have been forced to quarantine in hotels after coronavirus cases werre detected on charter flights.

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Four coronavirus cases have been detected from charter flights carrying tennis players, coaches and officials to Melbourne for the Australian Open, forcing 47 players into strict hotel quarantine.
Health authorities confirmed thered been three positive tests for Covid-19 returned on Saturday and another on Sunday. None of the cases have so far involved players.
However, the players from the two affected flights arriving from Los Angeles and Abu Dhabi were in a strict 14-day quarantine, unable to…

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