Queensland to crack down on people who deliberately spit, sneeze on workers | COVID-19 | ABC News

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00:00 – People who threaten, cough, spit or sneeze on workers in Qld could go to jail

02:58 – Border areas happy to reopen but there are fears of an outbreak

05:54 – Confusion over five day testing requirement

Any offender, even if they just threaten to spit, cough or sneeze on workers, can be given an on-the-spot fine of $1,378.

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