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74 per cent of Australians reconsidering travel plans due to Omicron fears, border restrictions

20 December, 2021 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Sky News, 20 December 2021

A new survey has revealed almost three quarters of Australians are reconsidering their travel plans due to the Omicron variant, uncertainty over border restrictions and quarantine requirements.
Four out of five Australians say the “uncertainty” of the Omicron variant along with border restrictions and quarantine requirements has “negatively impacted” their travel plans this summer.
A survey conducted by the Tourism and Transport Forum (TTF) found 53 per cent of respondents had “no confidence” in making any interstate travel arrangements due to recent COVID-19 restrictions.
The national survey of more than 1,500 people was conducted by polling company Pureprofile.
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