Approval granted to allow international students to return to South Australia

A proposed quarantine hub that will allow international students to return to South Australia has been approved by the federal government.

South Australia will be the first state to bring international students back after the country slammed its borders shut because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Flight Training Adelaide site at Parafield, in Adelaide’s northern suburbs, has been approved as the dedicated site to house 160 students who will quarantine for two weeks and undergo daily coronavirus testing. The federal government approved the plan to allow the non-Australian students to return to the country. Premier Steven Marshall assured no returning Australian would be impacted by the plan, as the students would not be counted towards the state’s cap of international arrivals.

Professor Spurrier said she was pleased the facility had been given the green light, as South Australia had been greatly impacted by the loss of international students.

“It’s ideally set up for a student cohort because that’s actually what the facility is normally used for.

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