South Australia has been approved by the federal government to allow international students to return with the proposed quarantine hub at Parafield Airport being approved. South Australia is the first state to have its international student’s arrival plan supported by the Federal Government.
The education Minister, Alan believes that the hub meets the guidelines of the government along with an important aspect that the plan will not take any quarantine places from Australians returning home.
Premier Steven Marshall said that international education has a huge contribution, more than $2 billion to South Australia's economy and nearly 20,000 jobs were "supported" by the sector in
“The Flight Training Adelaide site at Parafield has been approved for its ability to meet infection control as determined by SA Health, with the facility able to house 160 students who will complete their 14 days quarantine and undertake daily COVID-19 testing.”
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