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Australia's borders will not open 'anytime soon': PM Morrison

Reuters Tuesday, 26 May 2020
Australia will not open the country's borders "anytime soon", Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday, but added the country will continue its discussions with neighbouring New Zealand for a trans-Tasman safe travel zone.
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