Coronavirus: Perth enters lockdown after infections linked to hotel quarantine | 9 News Australia

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A concerning spike in COVID-19 infections linked to hotel quarantine across Australia has forced Perth into a three-day lockdown from midnight. India is grappling with its own COVID-19 crisis, recording up to 300,000 infections daily.

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