Flight caps on Australian arrivals to be raised after agreement at national cabinet

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Morrison also confirmed he is negotiating with New Zealand to allow travel without hotel quarantine New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia have agreed to allow more people into hotel quarantine as part of a national cabinet plan to boost the cap on arrivals to Australia from 4,000 to 6,000 a week. On Friday Scott Morrison met with state and territory leaders, who agreed to a phased increase in their share of arrivals in a bid to help 24,000 Australians still stranded overseas who want to return. Continue reading...

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