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About 19,000 Tasmanian jobs go as coronavirus crisis takes hold

By Sean Ford
Updated April 21 2020 - 3:28pm, first published 3:26pm
The Centrelink line in Burnie on March 25. Picture: Brodie Weeding.
The Centrelink line in Burnie on March 25. Picture: Brodie Weeding.

Tasmania lost about 19,000 jobs in just three weeks as the coronavirus crash hit home, and the situation is expected to worsen.

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