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Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces an extension of the China travel ban amid coronavirus fears. What implications will that have for students, tourism operators and others?Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces an extension of the China travel ban amid coronavirus fears. What implications will that have for students, tourism operators and others?

As COVID-19 coronavirus fears persist, what implications does the China travel ban have for Australia? - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's decision to extend a coronavirus-related Chinese travel ban, saying Australia has to fo...Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's decision to extend a coronavirus-related Chinese travel ban, saying Australia has to fo...

Albanese backs travel ban extension | The Canberra Times | Canberra, ACT

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The coronavirus-related travel ban preventing Chinese visitors and students from entering Australia, which was due to end this weekend, will be extended for another week.The coronavirus-related travel ban preventing Chinese visitors and students from entering Australia, which was due to end this weekend, will be extended for another week.

Coronavirus travel ban: China slams Australia for ‘over-reaction’

“Scott Morrison Extends China Travel Ban As Coronavirus Fears Continue https://t.co/0qvACT26WG”

Sandra Sully on Twitter: "Scott Morrison Extends China Travel Ban As Coronavirus Fears Continue https://t.co/0qvACT26WG"

“Q - What's your response to the Chinese Ambassador, who has criticised what he seemed to think was what lack of consultation or advance notice to the Chinese on the travel ban? PM Scott Morrison: I would just respectfully disagree #auspol #coronavirus @9NewsAUS”

Fiona Willan on Twitter: "Q - What's your response to the Chinese Ambassador, who has criticised what he seemed to think was what lack of consultation or advance notice to the Chinese on the travel ban? PM Scott Morrison: I would just respectfully disagree #auspol #coronavirus @9NewsAUS"

“"There's a global virus and we're seeking to contain the virus. Unfortunately there will be instances where there will be inconveniences" - PM Scott Morrison on international students caught out by the #coronavirus travel ban while in transit #auspol”

Alex Beech on Twitter: ""There's a global virus and we're seeking to contain the virus. Unfortunately there will be instances where there will be inconveniences" - PM Scott Morrison on international students caught out by the #coronavirus travel ban while in transit #auspol"

Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's decision to extend a coronavirus-related Chinese travel ban, saying Australia has to fo...Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's decision to extend a coronavirus-related Chinese travel ban, saying Australia has to fo...

Albanese backs travel ban extension | The Armidale Express | Armidale, NSW

The coronavirus-related travel ban preventing Chinese visitors and students from entering Australia due to end this weekend has been extended for a further we...The coronavirus-related travel ban preventing Chinese visitors and students from entering Australia due to end this weekend has been extended for a further we...

China travel ban extended as virus spreads | Illawarra Mercury | Wollongong, NSW

The economy will suffer if the travel ban extends beyond March, a deadline for foreign students to drop out of uni courses and have enrollment fees waived.The economy will suffer if the travel ban extends beyond March, a deadline for foreign students to drop out of uni courses and have enrollment fees waived.

Australian Financial Review

Universities must meet the disruption caused by the new coronavirus with technological dexterity, tactical flexibility, strategic vision – and compassionUniversities must meet the disruption caused by the new coronavirus with technological dexterity, tactical flexibility, strategic vision – and compassion

Outbreak calls for a people-first response | Times Higher Education (THE)

Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's decision to extend a coronavirus-related Chinese travel ban, saying Australia has to fo...Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's decision to extend a coronavirus-related Chinese travel ban, saying Australia has to fo...

Albanese backs travel ban extension | Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser | Campbelltown, NSW

A travel ban preventing Chinese visitors from entering Australia has been extended for at least another week. The ban was due to end this weekend…A travel ban preventing Chinese visitors from entering Australia has been extended for at least another week. The ban was due to end this weekend, however the Federal Government confirmed they have…

Federal Government extends China travel ban over coronavirus fears – myGC.com.au

A travel ban preventing Chinese visitors and students from entering Australia may be extended as part of the government's response to the coronavirus.A travel ban preventing Chinese visitors and students from entering Australia may be extended as part of the government's response to the coronavirus.

Govt considers extending China travel ban - InDaily

International education is Australia's fourth largest export.

Coronavirus outbreak: The impact on Australia's $1.2 billion sector

Australia’s Education Minister says the Chinese government has agreed to ease some internet restrictions for university students stranded in China due to the coronavirus outbreak.Australia’s Education Minister says the Chinese government has agreed to ease some internet restrictions for university students stranded in China due to the coronavirus outbreak.

International student lobby puts money before public health - MacroBusiness

There are still no reported cases in Tasmania.There are still no reported cases in Tasmania.

Coronavirus travel ban extended by one week | The Advocate | Burnie, TAS

The National Security Committee of Cabinet has today agreed to extend the entry restrictions on foreign nationals who have recently been in mainland...The National Security Committee of Cabinet has today agreed to extend the entry restrictions on foreign nationals who have recently been in mainland...

Extension of travel ban to protect Australians from coronavirus | Mirage News

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Labor leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's extension of the coronavirus-related China travel ban, saying Australians safety comes first.Labor leader Anthony Albanese has backed the federal government's extension of the coronavirus-related China travel ban, saying Australians safety comes first.

Albanese backs travel ban extension