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Middleton, K. (2020, May 9). What happened with the Ruby Princess. The Saturday Paper, 300. https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au/news/health/2020/05/09/what-happened-with-the-ruby-princess/15889464009789
Boseley, M., Knaus, C., & Landis-Hanley, J. (2020, May 11). Social distancing rules explained: Australia's current state by state coronavirus guidelines. The Guardian (Aust. ed.). https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/may/08/social-distancing-rules-australia-guidelines-coronavirus-laws-physical-restrictions-nsw-victoria-qld-queensland-act-sa-wa
Iliadis, M. (2020, February 24). Domestic violence victims need legal backing. The Age, 20.
The ship became "Australia’s largest source of Covid-19 deaths" (Middleton, 2020, para. 1).
Police are charged with the task of deciding who receives penalties (Boseley et al., 2020).
Middleton (2020) describes how the ship became "Australia’s largest source of Covid-19 deaths" (para. 1).
Boseley et al. (2020) remarks that police are charged with the task of deciding who receives penalties.