Super-spreader fears at AACTA Awards, Frydenberg issues warning to state leaders | 9 News Australia

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There are fears the AACTA Awards may have turned into a super-spreader event after a worker tested positive to COVID-19. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has warned state and territory leaders to “keep calm” and continue to open borders, despite growing cases of the Omicron variant.

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