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Australian Open rocked by third COVID-affected plane, more players to isolate – The Age

Another positive COVID-19 case has been found on board a plane that flew into Melbourne for the Australian Open, forcing more players and officials to isolate.




The news that a passenger on the flight from Doha had tested positive was tweeted by French professional tennis player Alexandre Müller late on Sunday.
“Unfortunately we have some bad news for you. We have just been informed by the health authorities that a person on your flight … has returned a positive PCR test on arrival in Melbourne,” the communication from Tennis Australia said.
“The Chief Health Officer (Brett Sutton) has reviewed the flight and has determined that everyone on board needs…

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