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Why Schoolies are leaving celebrations EARLY


Despite fears of a drugs and violence rampage on the Gold Coast, teenagers attending this year’s Schoolies are being labelled the best-behaved group ever as some even leave the often wild Year 12 celebrations early after contracting Covid-19.

Videos posted to social media on Thursday show many students who had arrived to party have been confined to their rooms instead because of Covid outbreaks.

Some were even leaving Schoolies’ main playground, the Gold Coast, and other beach towns early after receiving positive Covid test results.

'I urge all young people to look out for their mates, stick together, and check in on one another,' Police Minister Mark Ryan said (pictured, young school leavers at the Gold Coast on Saturday)

Despite fears of a sex and drugs rampage, teenagers attending this year’s Schoolies are being labelled the best-behaved group ever

Videos posted to social media on Thursday show many students who had arrived to party confined to their rooms instead.

Some of the teens planned to go home early after catching Covid

Videos posted to social media on Thursday show many students who had arrived to party confined to their rooms instead.

An estimated 25,000 schoolies descended on the Gold Coast alone this year.

Thousands more also headed to Byron Bay, the Sunshine Coast, Airlie Beach and Lorne and even vfurther afield to Fiji…



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