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China Criticizes Australia's Coronavirus Travel Ban

Thursday, 6 February 2020 00:24 WIB Global

The Chinese embassy in Canberra has criticized Australia’s coronavirus travel ban. It is preventing entry to all foreigners traveling from mainland China for at least two weeks. More than 100,000 Chinese students will not be able to start their university and college courses in Australia because of the travel ban put in place to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus. They will miss the opening weeks of classes for this semester, and will have to study online back home instead. The restrictions saw about 70 Chinese students detained at Australian airports at the weekend and their visas cancelled. Chinese diplomats say travelers were not given enough warning of the ban, with many...

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