NSW tightens travel controls for Omicron

By Hannah Ryan
Updated November 27 2021 - 9:13am, first published 9:09am
Travellers who have returned from southern Africa are being urged to isolate and test for COVID-19.

NSW will send people who have been overseas in the two weeks before their arrival into three days of home quarantine, as the state works out its response to the threat posed by a new, "concerning" variant of COVID-19.

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