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The Australian government announced on March 18 an indefinite travel ban to go overseas for Australians. However, it is still possible to travel from an overseas country to Australia. Anyone traveling to Australia is required to a two-week self-quarantine upon arrival. People who break this rule can be fined or jailed.
All indoor gatherings of more than 100 people and all outdoor gatherings of more than 500 people are not permitted anymore. Schools are still open and public transport is still running. The new measures will probably stay in place for at least six months.
The latest measures imposed by Australia is a closure of all its interprovincial borders on April 2, which makes traveling between states no longer possible.
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Last validated on April 03, 2020:The country has imposed a travel ban on all foreigners. All interprovincial borders have been closed.
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