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Morrison govt impose travel ban on South Korea

Morrison govt impose travel ban on South Korea

In its latest response to the spread of coronavirus, the Morrison government has imposed a travel ban on South Korea, and will step up screening measures for travellers coming from Italy. The screening measures for travellers coming into Australia from Italy will include mandatory questions at check-in, temperature checks on arrival, and the cessation

Australia Bans Travel From Virus-Hit South Korea - Prime Minister

Australia Bans Travel From Virus-Hit South Korea - Prime Minister

"As of 5 March 2020: Foreign nationals (excluding permanent residents of Australia) who are in the Republic of Korea on or after today will not be allowed to enter Australia for 14 days from the time they have left or transited through the Republic of Korea," the statement read. In his statement, Morrison explained that the volume of COVID-19 cases

Govt strengthens travel ban and safety measures to combat coronavirus threat

Govt strengthens travel ban and safety measures to combat coronavirus threat

The Morrison government has imposed a travel ban on South Korea and will step up screening measures for people coming from Italy in an attempt to further slow down the spread of COVID-19 in Australia. Giving an update on the situation in Canberra on Thursday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the decision to add South Korea to the travel ban list,

Govt response to coronavirus ‘close to impeccable’

Govt response to coronavirus ‘close to impeccable’

Counsel House advisor Jim Middleton says the government’s response and treatment of the spreading coronavirus, especially Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s, “has been close to impeccable”. The prime minister announced on Thursday the government has expanded the travel ban for foreign travellers to include South Korea as it attempts to further slow down

PM announces travel ban on South Korea, new screening measures for Italy

PM announces travel ban on South Korea, new screening measures for Italy

March 5, 2020. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media in Canberra with a coronavirus update. He announces a new travel ban to South Korea. The decision came after several hours of a National Security Committee meeting. There were also be enhanced screening measures for those traveling from Italy. Mr Morrison explains the ban was put

The Australian government is extending its coronavirus travel ban to South Korea, with enhanced screening for travellers from Italy

The Australian government is extending its coronavirus travel ban to South Korea, with enhanced screening for travellers from Italy

Photo by Jong-Hyun Kim/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images The Australian government’s travel ban, which currently applies China and Iran, will be extended to South Korea. South Korea has the second-most cases of the coronavirus, with over 5,000 confirmed, followed by Italy and Iran. Despite the high number of cases in Italy – over 2,500 – it is not being

Australia bans travelers from South Korea in bid to slow coronavirus

Australia bans travelers from South Korea in bid to slow coronavirus

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will ban the arrival of foreigners from South Korea and conduct enhanced screenings of travelers from Italy to help contain the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday. Morrison said Australia will also extend the travel ban on foreigners arriving from mainland China and Iran. “It affords

Govt extends travel ban to South Korea

Govt extends travel ban to South Korea

The Morrison Government has expanded the travel ban for foreign travellers to include South Korea as it attempts to further slow down the spread of COVID-19 in Australia. Giving an update on the situation in Canberra, Prime Minister Scott Morrisons said the decision to add South Korea to the list, and not Italy, was due to the high numbers of travellers

Travel ban extended to South Korea

Travel ban extended to South Korea

Prime Minister Scott Morrison made the announcement this afternoon, adding there will also be tougher checks in place for people arriving from Italy, due to the high number of COVID-19 cases in emerging in the country. “Today, we made a decision in relation to travel bands to continue the travel bands in relation to mainland China and in relation to