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Australians Won’t Be Permitted To Travel To Bali For The ‘Forseeable Future’

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Australians will not be permitted to travel to Bali for the ‘forseeable future’. The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that International travel for Australians will be one of the last Coronvirus restrictions to be lifted. 

Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed National Cabinet’s three-step plan for relaxing coronavirus restrictions which he said would hopefully be rolled out by July. The problem is that international travel is not part of any of the three steps.

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It appears as though Australians dreams of enjoying Bali this winter are slim to none. 

“I can’t see that happening anytime soon, There’s nothing on our radar which would see us opening up international travel in the foreseeable future.”

Prime Minister Scott Morrison 

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Mr Morrison said there were “minor exceptions” where Border Force could provide exemptions. 

“It’s a very limited set of circumstances,” he said.

Those circumstances, outlined in step three, include considering cross-Tasman, Pacific island and international student travel.

“We’re open to everything pretty much to get the Australian economy back and firing again as much as possible,” Mr Morrison said.

“We just have to step through it carefully.”

The Prime Minister said while he knew other countries were discussing it, it was not on the cards for Australia.

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