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The ABC is reporting the Queensland Government has moved to suspend the Brisbane to Charleville Westlander, the Brisbane to Longreach Spirit of the Outback and the Townsville to Mt Isa Inlander due to the Covid-19 outbreak from March 30th.
The twice daily Cairns to Kuranda tourist services and the Normanton to Croydon Gulflander are suspended immediately.
The number of Brisbane to Cairns Spirit of Queensland tilt train services will be reduced by fifty per cent, and the daily Rockhampton and Bundaberg Tilt services will also see service frequency reductions from March 30th.
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