PHOTOS Australian Prime Minister announced COVID-19 travel ban


Australian Prime Minister announced COVID-19 travel ban

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21:33, March 21, 2020

A ticket refund notice at a travel agency was seen on Friday in Canberra, Australia. The Australian government recently warned all Australians not to travel overseas. Travel agencies put up ticket refund notice, informing those who have booked tickets about ticket refunds.(Photo: Xinhua, compiled by Mo Deyuan)

The picture shows the a tweet from Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. To prevent COVID-19, he announced on March19 that a ban on all non-citizens entering the country will take effect starting from 9 pm on March 20. Australian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family will continue to be allowed in but will still need to self-isolate for 14 days.(Photo: Twitter)

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg arrived to speak to the media during a press conference at Parliament House. (Photo: AAP)

Mr Morrison announced the extra funding would comprise of $234.9 million in retention bonuses, $78.3 million to support continuity of workforce and $26.9 million to keep facilities financially viable.(Photo:AAP)

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