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Australia NSW woman cops online abuse after rumours she failed to self-isolate

06:05  26 march  2020
06:05  26 march  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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South Eastern Sydney Local Health District has confirmed the midwife worked at St George Hospital and has tested positive for COVID-19. A one-year-old girl whose parent is a confirmed case and a two-year-old girl who acquired the infection overseas have both already been isolated with family

a large brick building with grass and trees: The woman says Wagga Wagga police showed up at her door, after allegations she had refused to self-isolate. © 9News The woman says Wagga Wagga police showed up at her door, after allegations she had refused to self-isolate. A woman in regional New South Wales has claimed the police showed up on her doorstep after they received complaints she refused to self-isolate.

The Wagga woman, who did not wish to be identified, had recently disembarked from the Ovation of the Seas Cruise ship, where all passengers had been told they were not required to go into isolation, and could continue their daily lives.

It was then later revealed there was a case of the potentially deadly COVID-19 onboard the ship, and the Wagga woman and her family went into self-isolation.

Domestic abuse advocates warn of an increase in violence amid coronavirus crisis

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After she returned, she found her grandson holding a knife as broken glass was everywhere. Soon afterward, two cops showed up and allegedly Two Tacoma police officers are accused of forcing a 54-year-old woman to hit her mentally challenged 9-year-old grandson with a belt after the boy flew

The boyfriend of Lynette Daley, a NSW woman who bled to death on a remote beach after a violent sexual assault, is appealing his conviction. Ms Daley, 33, died from injuries sustained when she was raped by her boyfriend Adrian Attwater, now 45, and his friend, Paul Maris, now 49, on a drunken

But the damage had already been done.

The woman claims police showed up at her house after they received reports she and her husband refused to self-isolate.

She also told 9News she has been subjected to severe bullying and harassment from the Wagga community on social media since the incident.

The Riverina Police District was contacted for comment.

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