“There are no thefts”: Australian travelers leave quarantine of coronaviruses to discover that they are still blocked | News from the world

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Thousands of people in Australia are preparing to leave the hotel’s quarantine after two weeks of isolation, but the lack of domestic flights has left no way to complete their return journey.

Passengers have generally been required to quarantine themselves in the state where they land, not where they live. Many of them will need domestic flights to get home, but these are becoming increasingly difficult to find.

“Currently, there are no flights for at least two weeks as far as I can see,” said Jane Green, who was part of a passenger group on the cruise ship Vasco da Gama released from quarantine hotel in Perth Friday.

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