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Australian Open gets green light for 30,000 a day as WA loosens border restrictions – The Guardian

WA premier Mark McGowan says travellers from Queensland and Victoria will no longer have to quarantine upon arrival

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Crowds at this years Australian Open will be capped at half the pre-Covid average, after Victorias top health official signed off on allowing up to 30,000 spectators to attend the start of the tournament next month.
On Saturday, Victorias sports minister, Martin Pakula, confirmed the government had agreed to a plan that would allow daily crowd capacity of 30,000 for the first eight days of the tournament, reducing to 25,000 per day from the start of the tournament quarter-finals.
Pakula said a total…

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