Australians will pay mandatory quarantine
As of next weekend, anyone traveling from overseas to the state of New South Wales in Australia will have to pay the mandatory hotel insulation for two weeks themselves, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
Anyone traveling from abroad to the state of New South Wales in Australia will have to pay part of the costs for the two-week, mandatory hotel quarantine in the future. Stock Photography.
Only citizens or persons with a permanent residence permit are allowed into Australia. Since the start of the pandemic, more than 357,000 people have returned and earlier this week the authorities put a limit on how many people are allowed to enter the country each week.