There must be a 'clear pathway' to the restarting of international travel |
There must be a 'clear pathway' to the restarting of international travel
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Tourism Chair John Hart says there must be a clear pathway to the restart of international travel, with Australians needing to know “what happens at what trigger point”.
“We need to get some certainty here,” Mr Hart told Sky News host Chris Kenny.
Australia has recently suspended its travel bubble with New Zealand over coronavirus concerns.
A woman tested positive to a highly infectious variant of the disease after completing hotel quarantine in Auckland.
Travel between the two countries has be paused for 72 hours – to prevent the potential spread of the virus.
Anyone who has travelled to Australia from New Zealand from January 14 must seek testing – and isolate – until a negative result is returned.
Mr Hart said, “now we’ve got no movement and an indication from New Zealand that we’re not going to have two-way travel anytime soon”.