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Without a photo showing your budgie's face and the areas that are concerning you, there is not much we can do to effectively help.
The green colour from the beak may be due to a coloured mineral block, the dye of a toy she has been playing with or even some remnants of a veggie meal.
About the feathers, your budgie may be moulting and what you are seeing are the pin feathers that when showing up can have a pink colour (from the blood supply to a growing feather) and the tips of the pin feathers can also have black dots when the new feather is about to come out.

Below is a link with a step by step guide on how to post photos:
http://talkbudgies.com/how-guides/175818-how-post-pictures-photobucket.html

Every new bird should be quarantined for a period of at least 1 month in a different room and cage away from the rest of flock. This is done exactly as a preventative measure in order to avoid a potential illness carried by the new bird from spreading to the other birds.
You can still quarantine the new budgie even when previous contact has already been established between her and the rest of the flock.
 
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