Owner of Capalaba cafe arrested and charged with refusing to follow health orders | 7NEWS

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Queensland Police are cracking down on COVID compliance as the state records more than 15,000 new cases.

One Capalaba cafe owner will face court in March, charged with refusing to follow health orders.

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