Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has urged the federal government to “plan for the future” when it comes to quarantine facilities for overseas arrivals as flights from India are reduced amid a soaring number of COVID-19 cases.
Speaking to ABC’s News Breakfast program this morning, the Premier said she had sent a letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison asking for the suspension of flights coming in from India.
The populous nation recorded more than 350,000 cases in a single day on Monday — breaking its record for the fifth day in a row — as armed forces move in and oxygen…
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