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Australia No international travel for 'many months': Prime Minister

09:26  07 august  2020
09:26  07 august  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Scott Morrison has ruled out any changes to international travel for "many months".

The prime minister said there was a discussion during the National Cabinet meeting about Australia's borders and it was decided current restrictions would remain in place.

"We also agreed that international travel constraints on inbound arrivals to Australia should be continued in their current form," Mr Morrison said today.

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"We look forward to at some point that that might be able to be altered but at this point we are not going to put any further strain on the quarantine arrangements around the country and that will remain in place now for some months."

Currently Australian borders are closed. Only citizens, residents and immediate family can enter the country.

Regardless of where people arrive from, they must self-isolate for two weeks.

In NSW, where most international flights are arriving, anyone who purchased a ticket after July 12 must pay for their own 14-day hotel stay.

There are a limited number of international flights leaving Australia each week for Europe and the UK, but anyone who returns is subject to the above requirements.

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