Samoan quarantined workers sing a song of thanks but get shut down by health department | ABC News

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Hundreds of Pacific Islanders have gone viral on social media singing from their hotel balconies while in quarantine in Hobart. Organisers were hoping for a repeat to say thanks to the city for hosting them, but Tasmania’s Public Health Department has shut it down.

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