Covid. Australia bans flights from 9 countries in Africa

Covid. Australia bans flights from 9 countries in Africa
Covid. Australia bans flights from 9 countries in Africa

Australia has decided to ban incoming flights from 9 South African countries. The Government of Canberra wants to avoid a possible contagion and the consequent spread of the Omicron covid-19 variant in the country. Non-Australian citizens who have stayed in South Africa or Zimbabwe or other neighboring states in the last 15 days will not be able to return to Australia for the time being. Australian citizens who have traveled to the above areas will be able to re-enter but will be subjected to a 14 day quarantine. To announce this provision and the “black” list of countries at risk for the Omicron variant, was the Australian Minister of Health Greg Hunt.

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