Latest coronavirus evacuees land in Darwin

They're being housed in a disused mining camp on the outskirts of Darwin

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More Australian coronavirus evacuees from China have arrived in Darwin, to stay at a disused mining camp on the outskirts of the city for a quarantine period.

They left the coronavirus epicentre Wuhan early on Sunday morning and were bussed to the disused Manigurr-Ma work camp 30km from Darwin.

Australian Border Force says there were 266 evacuees on the Qantas plane, including 77 children, 11 infants and one "less-than-able" 90-year-old man.

Eight on board were

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