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Olivia Muranga gets community service on downgraded charge over COVID-19 border breaches

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An “indulgent” and “careless” woman who sparked a major health emergency in south-east Queensland last year after dodging the state’s border rules while infected with COVID-19 has been sentenced to 40 hours of community service after pleading guilty to a downgraded charge.

Olivia Muranga and two friends travelled to Melbourne to holiday last July, when all of Victoria was a declared coronavirus hotspot.

When the trio flew back to Queensland via Sydney, they lied to health officials about their…



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