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The Australian Government has imposed a universal precautionary self-isolation requirement on all international arrivals

A significant step-up to Australia’s national response to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has been endorsed by the National Cabinet, comprising the Prime Minister, State Premiers and Territory Chief Ministers.

Based on the advice of the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC), the National Cabinet agreed that our core objective now is to slow the outbreak of COVID-19 in Australia by taking additional steps to reduce community transmission.
We must ensure our health system can care for the most vulnerable, in particular the elderly and those with pre-existing conditions.

To help stay ahead of the curve, the Australian Government has imposed a universal precautionary self-isolation requirement on all international arrivals, effective as at 11:59pm Sunday 15 March 2020.

This means that all people – whether they be citizens, residents or visitors – will be required to selfisolate for 14 days upon arrival in Australia. Enhanced screening for arrivals will remain in place to identify anyone arriving sick or with symptoms of COVID-19.

Source: [Coronavirus-measures-endorsed-by-national-cabinet-16-March-2020.pdf]

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The eMigrate International Team

On 1st July 2019,

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