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open up to those countries that have the pandemic under control
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airlines can't wait.
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Alan Joyce
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one-way bubble with New Zealand
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some parts of Asia and the Pacific
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quarantine-free travel with "low-risk" nations might be possible by the end of the year
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Indonesia
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million Australians visited Bali last year
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400,000
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relatively high
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World Democracy Forum
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Beijing is determined to keep it that way by staying closed to foreigners
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100,000
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Thailand
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three-month sta
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Phuket
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Japan
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March or April
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Singapore
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Birmingham is cautiously optimistic this could become a two-way arrangement.
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