Another Brisbane school student tests positive for COVID-19 | 7NEWS

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First it was Indooroopilly, then it was Windaroo, now the baton has been passed to St Thomas More College in Sunnybank. Another COVID case has left Queensland counting on another school community to keep the state safe.

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