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‘Living in limbo’: Australians stranded overseas set back by latest travel restrictions – Sydney Morning Herald

The government needs to establish a reliable and safe path for citizens to re-enter Australia, say people stranded overseas.



A proposal to shut the borders completely was rejected, partly because the government needs airlines to continue flying because they will deliver Australia’s supply of vaccines.
Mr Kemp said Malaysia Airlines told him that the earliest possible date for a flight home was mid-March but there could be no guarantees. Malaysia Airlines was contacted for comment.
It’s limbo now, we’ll just have to wait hopefully my employer will take back my resignation and I’ll just hope to go back cap-in-hand regarding…

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