Dozens of people who attended a wedding earlier this month at a retreat in Stanwell Tops, Australia, have tested positive for the coronavirus, health officials said.During a news conference on Monday to provide an update on the pandemic in the country, New South Wales Chief Health Officer Dr. Kerry Chant said six guests from the March 6 wedding at Tumbling Waters Retreat were infected with the virus.By Friday, that number had climbed to 31, the health department told Sky News Australia.One of the guests was Australian Sen. Andrew Bragg, who said he was among those who tested positive.”I was a guest at a friend’s wedding in Stanwell Tops on 6 March. After satisfying the guidelines of direct exposure and flu symptoms, I have tested positive to Coronavirus,” he tweeted. “I am following the guidelines set by NSW Health and will isolate myself.”Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.The bride, Emma Metcalf, said in an Instagram post on Friday that she and her husband were on their honeymoon when they learned that some of their guests had become infected.Metcalf said that at the time of their wedding, Australia did not have any travel


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