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Treasury is assuming Australia’s borders will reopen in January, but don’t book your international flights just yet – SBS News

Treasury modelling released on Thursday is based on Australia’s international borders reopening from January.

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Australias borders are anticipated to reopen to international travellers from January next year with arrivals forced to undertake two-week quarantine periods, according to Treasury modelling.
The border reopening is a key assumption underpinning figures in the federal governments economic update, released on Thursday, which revealed the nation is facing its worst budget deficit since World War II.
Treasury assumes the travel ban will be lifted on 1 January allowing the resumption of arrivals b…

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