By Australian Associated Press
Published: 21:33 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 21:33 BST, 4 May 2021
Scott Morrison says the government is committed to bringing more Australians home from overseas, but can't risk a third wave of Covid-19.
As the prime minister continues to cop flak over the decision to ban flights back from India until May 15, he is warming to the idea of a quarantine centre in Victoria and talking up the expansion of the Northern Territory's Howard Springs to a 2000-bed capacity.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
However, a proposal for a quarantine facility in the southern Queensland city of Toowoomba appears doomed.
Cabinet minister David Littleproud said the Wellcamp facility - aimed at hosting up to 1000 travellers and 300 staff - would expose western Queensland to Covid risk.
Scott Morrison says the government is committed to bringing more Australians home from overseas, but can't risk a third wave of Covid-19
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