To stop this, at Domain:
Virgin Australia has put plans in place to operate three charter flights for stranded Chinese students if the Australian government relaxes its coronavirus travel ban.
…The University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, University of Sydney and Monash University said they had not chartered any student flights.
A spokesman for the University of Melbourne said the institution was “planning for a number of strategies and scenarios” and working with governments and other universities.
…Crew on the Virgin flights would wear P2 face masks and gloves which would exempt them from self-quarantine on return to Australia, the email to staff says, but they would nonetheless be put on 14 days paid leave when they arrived home.
The community risk is obvious. Not to mention the university risk. One case and it shuts. To wit, The Guardian:
A Sydney high school has been shut down after a year 11 student tested positive for coronavirus.
The almost 1,200 pupils at Epping boys high school were told to stay home on Friday after a 16-year-old boy was diagnosed as having the virus on Thursday night.
“I implore parents not to panic but to make sure your child stays home,” the New South Wales health minister, Brad Hazzard, said on Friday. “The young fellow … he is not bad, but he is not well.”
It is darkly amusing to consider that, once again, it may be the CCP that ends up protecting the Australian community from these globalist arseholes. As the virus clears up in the northern hemisphere through May/June, China is certain to slap a big, fat travel ban on Australia as we succumb to the virus over Winter: