Abroad travel might be off the cards for Australians indeed after Covid-19 antibodies are rolled out over the country. Speaking at a press conference recently, Health Minister Greg Hunt issues a bleak border caution and said the federal government wouldn’t base its decision on when to reboot worldwide travel exclusively on vaccine outcomes.
The Health Minister’s comments come after Prime Serve Scott Morrison conceded the government might not commit to its target of offering all Aussies their first antibody dose by October this year. This is due to concerns over rare blood clots connected to the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The AstraZeneca antibody, which is cheap and easy to transport, was the spine of the government’s $7billion program. With nearly four million doses requested from abroad and a further 50 million to be delivered in Melbourne.
Australians have been locked within the nation since the borders closed on March 20, 2020. Not only does it halt Aussies from going overseas for occasions or to visit families, but the ban has moreover left a multi-billion-dollar gap within the tourism sector, as well as stopping crucial fruit pickers from coming to the nation.
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