The asylum seekers who were removed from Brisbanes

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The asylum seekers who were removed from Brisbane's Kangaroo Point last week have been flown to Melbourne - Today News Post News Today || Headlines Today

Seventeen asylum seekers are being flown to Melbourne after Queensland Health ordered the Australian Border Force to move them out of a Brisbane quarantine facilityto people 70 and older.

The 17 men had been held in the Kangaroo Point Central Hotel and Apartments for more than a year after being brought to Australia for medical care from detention centres Nauru and Manus Island:1617925069781,.

The men were unexpectedly moved from the hotel to the Brisbane Immigration Transit Accommodation facility on Friday amid a dispute involving the hotel ownersThe two-dose shot received emergency clearance for vaccinating people ages 16 and up., the lessor, and sub-lessor Sercocan operate with up to six people per table..

Serco helps run immigration detention sites for the federal government.

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