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Australia to let in its citizens from India; Sydney virus cluster appears contained

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I don't know how many expats are willing to go home.

South Korea sent a chartered aircraft to bring home its citizens from India. I think the travel can be safer, better controlled (but costly...)

203 S. Korean nationals set to arrive from India

http://www.arirang.co.kr/News/News_View.asp?nseq=276584

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How generous, to let the own people back in. lol That discussion shows, that the missing links are obviously all located in their vacuum bubbles carried above their necks.

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If I was PM, I would force a national lockdown to better align with the ongoing strategy. Just some thoughts.

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Let their own citizens come back? They've gone soft! I am so looking forward to how the cut your self off from the rest of the world policy works out for Aus and NZ.

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Flip-flop morrison government

just a few days ago on here, I called them out for being too draconian

and now they believe it so themselves with this u-turn

the Australian government has dug themselves a hole, lord knows when they expect they can open to the rest of the world again thinking in this very strict no one moves! zero-covid way

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I am so looking forward to how the cut your self off from the rest of the world policy works out for Aus and NZ.

Trade continues in and out as normal so things are looking very good for Australia and NZ. The only cut off is tourists and we take this opportunity to get to know our own countries better with domestic vacations helping out that sector as we do so. So all in all the "cut your self off from the rest of the world policy'' has worked out brilliantly. We have no reason to doubt it will continue to do so. It will be over in another year or so, and until then we are doing nicely thank you.

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