1. International flight cap lifted to return 6000 Australians a week  NEWS.com.au
  2. Federal Government calls on states to boost coronavirus quarantine capacity by 50 per cent  ABC News
  3. Michael McCormack announces 2000 more Australians a week to be allowed to fly home  The Australian
  4. 'Lift the cap': States told to take more Aussies from overseas  Sydney Morning Herald
  5. Stranded Australians: Michael McCormack puts onus on states to increase arrival caps by 2,000 a week  The Guardian
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Up to 2000 extra Australians will be allowed back into the country each week under changes to flight caps, Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack announced on Wednesday. Up to 2000 extra Australians will be allowed back into the country each week under changes to flight caps, Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack announced on Wednesday.

Australian international flight cap lifted to return 6000 a week

The Federal Government is pushing states and territories to boost their combined hotel quarantine capacity by 50 per cent, to allow more Australians stuck overseas to return home.The Federal Government is pushing states and territories to boost their combined hotel quarantine capacity by 50 per cent, to allow more Australians stuck overseas to return home.

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Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has asked state and territory leaders to lift the international arrivals cap from 4000 to 6000 a week.Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack has asked state and territory leaders to lift the international arrivals cap from 4000 to 6000 a week.

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Up to 30,000 citizens want to fly home, deputy PM says, citing ‘heart-wrenching stories’ but making no commitment to federal quarantineUp to 30,000 citizens want to fly home, deputy PM says, citing ‘heart-wrenching stories’ but making no commitment to federal quarantine

Stranded Australians: Michael McCormack puts onus on states to increase arrival caps by 2,000 a week | Australia news | The Guardian

The federal government wants states and territories to increase the cap on hotel quarantine places available for returning Australians by 2,000 places each week.The federal government wants states and territories to increase the cap on hotel quarantine places available for returning Australians by 2,000 places each...

An additional 2,000 stranded Australians could fly home under new government proposal | SBS News

The Federal Government has announced plans to raise the number of Australians returning from overseas durin...

coronavirus federal government pushes to raise number of australians returning from overseas

The federal government wants to see the number of returning citizens housed in hotel quarantine increased to 6,000 per week. The federal government wants to see the number of returning citizens housed in hotel quarantine increased to 6,000 per week.

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