Father’s Day celebrated over border barricade in “heartbreaking” scene | COVID-19 | 9 News Australia

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Families separated by Queensland’s border restrictions gathered for Father’s Day, despite being kept apart by a plastic barricade in “heartbreaking” scenes. Tweed Shire Mayor Chris Cherry thanked police for their compassionate approach as families brought picnics to spend time together yesterday, with officers encouraging social distancing but stopping short of breaking up the reunions. Subscribe and 🔔: https://bit.ly/2noaGhv | Get more breaking news at 9News.com.au: https://bit.ly/2nobVgF

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