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Australia Concerns as crowds seen huddled together at Sydney Airport

05:02  26 march  2020
05:02  26 march  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Sydney Airport passengers have been left stranded at Australia's busiest airport (above) on Friday Friday night chaos for travellers at Sydney Airport as airlines cancel flights leaving thousands of Images coming in from the airport show people lining the walls, and crowding in the wide corridors.

a group of people sitting at a train station: Lines at Sydney Airport this morning. © Twitter Lines at Sydney Airport this morning. Passengers arriving at Sydney Airport have been seen crowded together in lines, appearing not to adhere to social distancing requirements.

Video shot this morning by a pilot shows dozens of people – only some wearing masks – huddled together as they wait at the arrivals gate.

There are concerns about whether screening processes such as temperature checks are happening as many of the coronavirus cases here have originated overseas.

a group of people waiting for their luggage at an airport: Cases in NSW continue to skyrocket. © Twitter Cases in NSW continue to skyrocket. NSW also has the highest number of cases of any state, with 1,219 people infected, an increase of 190 cases overnight.

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A rushed businessman pushes bemused Richard Gere out of the way at Sydney airport as Hollywood star touches down with the Dalai Lama on Pushing through the throng, he swept the bemused Pretty Woman star aside as he marched determinedly through airport arrivals where a crowd had amassed.

A crowd of people are seen waiting to get onto a bus in Sydney 's east after train services were disrupted. Hundreds of people are seen at Bondi Junction Station in For those planning to take to the sky on Monday, expect delays at Sydney Airport , which continues to run off only one runway.

Because of the number of cases continuing to rise as Australians arrive home from overseas, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has not ruled out implementing further restrictions.

"If we don't see things shifting in the numbers because of those actions NSW will have to go further. We are only at the beginning of this, Ms Berejiklian said today.

a group of people waiting for their luggage at an airport: There are concerns about arrivals social distancing. © Twitter There are concerns about arrivals social distancing. "I want to brace everybody for what might happen in the next little while."

Nine.com.au has spoken to a passenger who flew into Sydney from Perth last night who was not subject to any checks and did not receive any information guidelines about coronavirus.

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