Almost 50 per cent of people set to board India repatriation flight test positive

Almost half of those due to fly to Australia from India on the first repatriation flight were unable to board after more than 40 people tested positive to COVID-19 just hours before take-off.

A total of 80 Australians have now arrived in Darwin aboard the first flight from India since the Morrison government's travel ban which is facing growing pressure.

Almost half of those due to fly to Australia from India on the first repatriation flight were unable to board after more than 40 people tested positive to COVID-19 just hours before take-off.

A total of 80 Australians have now arrived in Darwin aboard the first flight from India since the Morrison government’s travel ban which is facing growing pressure.

Almost half of those due to fly to Australia from India on the first repatriation flight were unable to board after more than 40 people tested positive to COVID-19 just hours before take-off.

A total of 80 Australians have now arrived in Darwin aboard the first flight from India since the Morrison government’s travel ban which is facing growing pressure.

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