Australian government adopts new epidemic policy
International News: According to Australia.com, the Australian government held a meeting on July 2 to discuss vaccine promotion and the number of arrivals, and made corresponding adjustments, including lowering the upper limit of international arrivals, and proposing a four-stage plan to promote vaccines.
According to reports, at the time of the cabinet meeting, nearly half of Australia was still under lockdown to deal with the spread of the community epidemic. Australian Prime Minister Morrison announced after the meeting that the number of international tourists allowed to enter Australia will temporarily be reduced by half, to about 3,000 per week. Morrison also said that the federal government will increase the convenience of commercial flights to reduce the impact of reducing the number of people returning to Australia. He said: "We will strengthen our work in this area to continue to keep the speed of returning people back to our country."
Visit the link for more Latest News. After the approval of the "Australia New Agreement on Response to the Epidemic", the vaccinated people will be relaxed, and each new stage will be determined by different levels of universal vaccination rates. Morrison said the agreement aims to end the blockade and travel restrictions. He said: "If you get vaccinated, you will change the way of life in our country."