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No passenger allowed off ships in Sydney until new protocols signed: NSW premier

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imageWorld8 hours ago (Mar 25, 2020 06:10PM ET)

SYDNEY (Reuters) – No passenger will be allowed off cruise ships in Sydney until new protocols, which are still being negotiated with the federal government, are signed, Australia’s New South Wales state premier Gladys Berejiklian told reporters on Thursday.

“I don’t want a single person coming off a ship in Sydney until various signing of protocols between the federal and state governments,” Berejiklian said. “And that’s what we are negotiating with the federal government.”

The state saw a spike of 190 new coronavirus cases overnight to 1,219 taking the total in Australia past 2,500.

No passenger allowed off ships in Sydney until new protocols signed: NSW premier

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