Queensland’s second quarantine plan was rejected


The regional isolation camp plan in Queensland was cancelled by the federal government for the second time. A new rule from the Morrison government requires that the facilities proposed by the states and territories be built on federal land—not the case with camps in Queensland. Mr. Morrison previously accused the state government of failing to provide detailed facility proposals when it was first rejected. In response, Governor Annastacia Palaszczuk submitted a 95-page plan to the National Cabinet yesterday.



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