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Secretary of Defense Peter Dutton insists that the quarantine system will be able to deal with this when the travel ban is lifted and leaves India to continue.

The first airplane load of Australians from India will land on Saturday morning after flights have been suspended for several weeks to allow Howard Springs a quarantine facility in Darwin to address positive Covid-19 cases prior to the arrival of potentially infectious people.

Dutton said the Commonwealth worked closely with Northern Territory governments since the travel ban on India was introduced.

“We will continue to work specifically with vulnerable groups to help them return to our country as soon as possible,” he told Nina on Friday.

“We have taken other pre-flight testing measures and by ensuring that we are currently taking people out of a zone like India, we can do so safely so as not to undo what is a magnificent story here in Australia. ”

Indira Gandhi Airport in the Indian capital New Delhi.

Indira Gandhi Airport in the Indian capital New Delhi. Photo: Sajjad Hussain / AFP / Getty Images

Complicating this story are mixed messages about the schedule of vaccine introduction.

Dutton insists that everyone who is ready for vaccination will receive two injections by the end of this year.

“Now some people will make the decision that they don’t want the vaccine and the government won’t force them to get the vaccine, so let’s be realistic about some parts of society,” he said.

This deadline brings Dutton into direct disagreement with the prime minister, who has spent a week returning to the completion date of the presentation.

The treasurer and the health minister also clashed over the timeline of the presentation.

Deputy opposition leader Richard Marles jumped on mixed messages.

“You’re completely confused, even with Peter today, about whether there will be two stings by the end of the year,” Marles said.

“They can’t give you a direct answer to that question and we all know how to properly vaccinate a country is how we actually progress and go through this in economic terms.”

The government has ordered 25 million doses Modern vaccines, releasing the shot in the hand.

Marles said the vaccine contract was supposed to be secured last year.

“The reason we got back in line is that the work they’re doing now didn’t work last year when it was important,” he said.

“Last year we knew they were preparing vaccines. Back then, the government actually needed to spread the country’s risk.

“Instead, they bet on the idea AstraZeneca made in Australia could do the whole job. “

Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccine bottles.

Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccine bottles. Photo: Dado Ruvić / Reuters

The first 10 million doses of Moderna should arrive this year, while the rest – boosters for different variants – will be delivered next year.

Modern jab has not yet approved Therapeutic Goods Directorate but the company is expected to apply soon.

People under the age of 50 should receive the Moderna vaccine.

CSL already produces the AstraZeneca vaccine in Melbourne; the Pfizer the vaccine is fully imported.

A clear flow of supply will be needed as GPs begin marketing for all Australians over the age of 50 next week.


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