A COVID-19 signage is seen at a vehicle checkpoint on the Pacific Highway on the Queensland - New South Wales border in Brisbane on April 15, 2020. - A state border that bisects Australia's neighbouring beachside towns of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads has rarely troubled locals, long accustomed to crossing the invisible line daily for coffee or a surf. But as Australia began shutting down last month in response to the coronavirus outbreak, Queensland closed its border to slow the virus spread from worst-hit New South Wales (NSW) state -- for the first time since the Spanish Flu pandemic a century ago. (Photo by Patrick HAMILTON / AFP) (Photo by PATRICK HAMILTON/AFP /AFP via Getty Images)

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