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Australian authorities won’t be banning flights from the UK, despite new cases of mutated COVID-19 strain – ABC News

Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly explains why the country won’t be blacklisted despite other nations banning flights.

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A mutated strain of COVID-19 spreading throughout south-east England has prompted a number of countries to ban flights from the United Kingdom.
But Australian authorities say they are not planning on imposing tougher restrictions anytime soon.
Here are the main reasons behind that decision explained by the country’s Chief Medical Officer, Paul Kelly.
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