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Australia needs a coronavirus exit strategy – literally

Michael McLaren

Michael is joined by James Morrow, Opinion Editor, Daily Telegraph & co-host of Outsiders on Sky News, who writes that Australia’s travel bans are looking less and less sustainable as the world opens up.

‘Australians are increasingly prisoners of the government’s success fighting coronavirus, but it looks like we don’t have an exit strategy to get us mixing with the world and each other’, writes Mr Morrow.

‘Not only are foreign visitors (and returning Australians) forced to spend 14 days in dreary hotel quarantine at their own expense – reasonable, perhaps – but we Australians also have to apply, like naughty students looking for a hall pass, to leave the country.’

‘Even if we are planning on staying away for months, or years, or hold a second passport of another nation.’

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