On Sunday morning, a plane carrying 165 Australians fromDelhiAfter getting off and landing in Darwin, there were no passengers this time becauseCOVID-19:Banned after testing positiveBoarding.他们将很快乘坐BusesGo to Howard SPRingsIsolation facility.
The fact that all passengers are allowed to board the flight this time is in stark contrast to the fact that the first flight to Darwin was scheduled to provide 150 seats, but only 80 seats were filled. Of course, it does not rule out passengers arriving in Australia. There is a possibility of confirming the diagnosis when undergoing quarantine.
These two states join the ranks of Victoria, NSW and Queensland. These states will each accept one flight, while the Northern Territory will accept three flights.
A spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) stated that the flight will arrive in Darwin on Sunday.Quantity. "The spokesperson said, “We encourage Australians seeking to return to register their details with DFAT."
The 42 passengers who were originally scheduled to take the first flight last week, because it was three days before the departureDelhiDiagnosed during mandatory hotel quarantinePositive and unable toBoarding, And their31Close contacts were also bannedBoarding.
But ABC last weekReportIt is said that the testing laboratory for Qantas has been suspended by the national certification body of India last month.
"DFAT has contacted all passengers who failed to board the assisted flight on May 5 in order to arrange a time for their return."
The charter flights were arranged after the federal government announced in April that it imposed a temporary travel ban on passengers from India. The ban has attracted opposition from some members of the community and has been criticized by legal experts.
There are approximately 11,200 Australians registered with DFAT who want to return from India, and 1000 of them are classified as vulnerable.从DelhiThe latest flight to Darwin is since the outbreak,40th trip from India assisted by the governmentFlights from Australia.