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VICTORIA has recorded another day free from COVID-19, as international flights return to the state for the first time in weeks. It marks the 41st day in a row without community COVID-19 transmission in Victoria. A total 106 returned travellers arrived at Melbourne airport early on Thursday, for the first time in more than a month. Travellers on flights from Colombo, Doha, Dubai and Singapore were to be taken to the Holiday Inn at Melbourne Airport, and the Intercontinental on Collins Street. READ MORE: Victoria hasn’t accepted returned travellers since February 13, when workers contracted the new United Kingdom strain of COVID-19 from guests at the Holiday Inn. The subsequent outbreak triggered a statewide five-day…



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