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It is father’s day here in Australia. Good wishes to all the dads – and especially to those in Victoria, who may not have seen their grown-up children in weeks, or who may have been doing a much larger amount than usual of fathering lately.

We know it must be a mixed one given not only restrictions but the lockdown decision expected later today. How are you celebrating under lockdown?

Potential exposure to Covid-19 continues in Sydney after two cases were linked to a CBD medical centre, AAP reports.

Staff and some patients at Hyde Park Medical Centre in Liverpool Street have been advised to isolate and get tested.

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