prime minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, asking the australian people to cancel all non-necessary travel ministry of the interior in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
It says the prime minister at a press conference on the night of Sunday, Danish time, writes the news agency AFP.
the Number of confirmed smittetilfælde with corona virus in Australia have the day exceeded 1000.
Thus recommends that the australian government now, to cancel all non-necessary travel, both foreign and domestic.
According to Scott Morrison are work related travel and the transport of essential goods and travel in connection with relief operations continue to be permitted.
But all the travelling, which can not be categorized as necessary, should be cancelled - for example, travel in connection with the upcoming easter holiday.
- Stricter measures will be introduced in the coming days in the areas affected by the virusudbruddet, says Scott Morrison.
- This means that the measures that are necessary in Sydney, not necessarily needed elsewhere in the country.
Australia has already closed its borders to foreigners in the hope of reducing the spread of infection.
This writes the news agency Reuters.
Two australian regions, Tasmania and the Northern Territory - has introduced a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all visitors.
The australian government has on the night of Sunday, Danish time also announced investments of 66,4 billion australian dollars to support the country's economy under the coronakrisen.
This corresponds to around 269 billion Danish kroner.
the Money will among other things be used to provide loans to small-and medium-sized enterprises, as well as to provide better conditions for the unemployed, as more and more companies are firing employees in connection with the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Several australian states have the night to Sunday, local time announced that the local governments will take further actions in order to limit the spread of infection.
It writes The Guardian.
Among other things, New South Wales, the most populous state, where Sydney is located, will introduce a 'more comprehensive decommissioning of non-essential services' within the next two days.
at the same time heralds the state of South Australia to the state border will be closed from Tuesday, 16 o'clock local time.