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New restrictions for NSW
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has declared two Sydney postcodes "hotspots". People trying to enter Queensland who have been in the two suburbs -- Liverpool and Campbelltown, which include the Crossroads Hotel in Casula -- will have to quarantine for two weeks on entry to the state.
Queensland's declaration comes as NSW last night decided on new restrictions for pubs following the outbreak at the Crossroads Hotel in Sydney's south west, which is linked to 28 people so far.