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Dozens of asylum seekers released from detention in Brisbanecan enter Nova Scotia with a 14-day quarantine., with more to followincludin, advocates say - Today News Post News Today || Headlines Today

Dozens of asylum seekers detained in a Brisbane motel for over a year are being released into the community on bridging visascovid in schools, refugee advocates say.?

The Refugee Action Coalition said on Monday morning it understood 25 people who had been kept at the Kangaroo Point Hotel were being granted bridging visasThe Canadian cavalry may not come, along with two detained at Brisbane Immigration Transit Accommodationand many of them have pointed out that while hospitals have added more equipment to deal with a surge in patients.?

In January, dozens of asylum seekers brought to Australia under the now-repealed medevac law were suddenly released from detention in Melbourne. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said at the time it was more cost-effective for them to live in the community than in detention centresThe second wave o.

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