March 15 2020 9:12am

Coronavirus outbreak: Australia will impose self-isolation on all international arrivals due to COVID-19

Australia will impose a 14-day self-isolation on all international passenger arrivals from midnight on March 15 to try and contain the spread of COVID-19, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday. Australia will also ban cruise ships from foreign ports for an initial 30 days, he said. The government has already advised against non-essential gatherings of more than 500 people from March 16, though this does not include schools, airports or public transport.

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