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Time to rethink border closures, premiers urge

Queensland Police have fined two pubs for alleged breaches of coronavirus restrictions.

Two hotels were slugged over the weekend, with police saying they had been warned prior to the fines being issued.

Six people also received infringements for not complying with exemption requirements.

Queensland Chief Medical Officer Jeanette Young said 200 fans gathering at tonight’s Collingwood and Port Adelaide match tonight would be a test as to whether larger numbers would be permitted at the Grand Final.

Dr Young said she believed it was unlikely there would be any cases linked to the trial AFL crowd due to officials recording contact details of fans.

“It’s a really good thing just to test the processes,” she said.

The AFL Grand Final is scheduled for the Gabba on October 24, with an expected 75 per cent capacity, around 30,000 people.

Source: 9News

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