Abuse, threats and a media circus: what happens after a business becomes the centre of a Covid cluster

Abuse, threats and a media circus: what happens after a business becomes the centre of a Covid cluster

The Guardian

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Some businesses bounced back after being a source of coronavirus infections; other did not. The difference? What the media had to say

There’s an irony to the empty seats at the Thai Rock restaurant in Wetherill Park, NSW.

“Our regulars keep saying: this has to now be one of the cleanest, safest places to eat in Australia,” owner Stephanie Boyd says. “They’ve returned – and they really defend us. They know we followed health guidelines and this wasn’t our fault.”

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