Email Posted March 29, 2020 00:11:00 Photo: Coronavirus lockdown: Travellers arriving in Australia will be quarantined for 14 days (ABC News: James Carmody) Map: Australia Australia’s tightened restrictions on international travellers entering the country have begun, with all arrivals to be placed in self-isolation in a hotel for 14 days to slow the spread of coronavirus.This story is being updated regularly throughout Sunday. You can also stay informed with the latest episode of the Coronacast podcast.International travel quarantine enforcement begins Video: Scott Morrison announces new quarantine measures for international travellers (ABC News) As of midnight, all Australians returning home from overseas will be put into compulsory quarantine in hotels for two weeks. Stay up-to-date on the coronavirus outbreakDownload the ABC News app and subscribe to our range of news alerts for the latest on how the pandemic is impacting the world Travellers will be quarantined at the airport in which they enter the country, meaning they will not be able to board a connecting domestic flight.”If their home is in South Australia or in Perth or in Tasmania and they have arrived in Melbourne, they will be quarantining in Melbourne,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison said. External Link: NSW Police Force… Read full this story
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