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Australia Sydney Family Court shut after virus case

23:16  16 march  2020
23:16  16 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Family Court cases from his predecessor after Gee had been injured in the March 1984 bombing Warwick appeared in Campbelltown Local Court on 30 July 2015. The case was adjourned to 6 ^ a b "Man, 68, arrested for Family Law Court murders and bombings in Sydney in the early 1980s"

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The Family Court and Federal Court of Australia in Sydney have been shut down after a lawyer tested positive for the coronavirus.

The lawyer was inside the Sydney registry, known as the Lionel Bowen Building, in Goulburn Street west of the CBD on Tuesday March 10 and Thursday March 12.

The registry has now, in "an abundance of caution", closed for 24 hours from Tuesday.

"This will allow for thorough cleaning to take place and for contact to be made with any member of the community, judges and staff who may have been present in the relevant courtrooms on the 10 and 12 March," it said in a statement.

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