NSW to consider testing international travellers before they board for Sydney

Original article by Amelia McGuire
The Age – Page: Online : 14-Dec-20

New South Wales has reported no new locally-acquired COVID-19 cases for 11 consecutive days, but the number of cases among returned travellers has risen to 34. NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has indicated that the state government is looking at the viability of requiring airlines to test passengers and flight crews for the coronavirus before they board a plane to Australia. Meanwhile, six returned travellers in hotel quarantine in Victoria have tested positive for COVID-19, and an additional 24 have symptoms of the virus.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. MINISTRY OF HEALTH

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