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Australian Borders Will Remained Closed to International Travel Until At Least Mid-June – Concrete Playground

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When March 18 hits, it will have been 12 months since the Australian Government implemented an indefinite ban on international travel due to COVID-19, only allowing Aussies to leave the country in very limited circumstances. Accordingly, just when jetting overseas will be back on the agenda has been the subject of much discussion. Last year’s prediction that opening up to the rest of the world wouldn’t happen in 2020 proved accurate — and, earlier this year, Australia’s ex-Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy (now the Secretary of the Department of Health) said that we might not be going anywhere until 2022.

Whether that last forecast comes true is obviously yet to be seen but, thanks to a new extension of the human biosecurity…



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