Delaying international border reopening ‘not the end of the world’

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says a two-week delay to reopening the international borders is not the end of the world.

The government on Monday announced a two-week delay to the reopening of Australia’s international borders.

“I think it’s smarter to be safe rather than sorry,” Mr Canavan told Sky News Australia.

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says a two-week delay to reopening the international borders is not the end of the world.

The government on Monday announced a two-week delay to the reopening of Australia’s international borders.

“I think it’s smarter to be safe rather than sorry,” Mr Canavan told Sky News Australia.
Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says a two-week delay to reopening the international borders is not the end of the world.

The government on Monday announced a two-week delay to the reopening of Australia’s international borders.

“I think it’s smarter to be safe rather than sorry,” Mr Canavan told Sky News Australia.

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