International travellers will have to show negative Covid-19 test before boarding flight to Australia
Australia will require all international travellers to test negative for Covid-19 before boarding flights to the country, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday, as it tightened travel rules to stop the spread of the UK Covid-19 variant.
Australia would also reduce by half the cap on international arrivals to some states until February 15, Morrison said.
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