Australia says international borders to stay shut for ‘some time’ despite vaccine progress

Australia says international borders to stay shut for ‘some time’ despite vaccine progress
Australia says international borders to stay shut for ‘some time’ despite vaccine progress

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia would keep its borders closed to non-Australian citizens and non-permanent residents. — AAP Image via Reuters

SYDNEY, Dec 3 — Australia’s borders will likely stay closed for “some time”, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said today, despite progress in rolling out Covid-19 vaccines.

Britain yesterday approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine, stoking hopes of rapid Covid-19 inoculations across the world.

Still, Morrison said Australia would keep its borders closed to non-Australian citizens and non-permanent residents.

“On international borders we’re still some time away from that,” Morrison told reporters in Canberra. — Reuters

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