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Federal Government to add 20 repatriation flights to bring Australians stranded abroad during coronavirus home – ABC News

The flights will take off from “priority areas” around the world and will be organised by the Commonwealth over the next few months.

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The Federal Government will schedule another 20 repatriation flights to bring stranded Australians home.
Key points:

  • The repatriation flights come just a week after National Cabinet slashed the cap on international passengers
  • Less than 24 hours ago, Emirates suspended flights to and from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane
  • Incoming travellers will quarantine in the Northern Territory, Canberra and Tasmania

Acting Foreign Minister Simon Birmingham said flights from “priority areas” determined by the Department…

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