Australia joins diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics, NSW COVID-19 cases jump | 9 News Australia

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Australia will join the US in a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics in protest over China’s alleged human rights abuses. New South Wales has recorded its highest number of COVID-19 cases in almost two months as daily infections jumped to 403 overnight.

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