First Australian repatriation flight from India since entry ban lands

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Australians returned from India on Saturday on the first government repatriation flight, as a ban on entry from the coronavirus-hit country expired. More than 70 people were stopped from boarding the repatriation flight in Delhi on Friday night because they either tested positive for coronavirus themselves or had close contacts who had, and around 80 people are thought to have boarded, news agency AAP reported. The flight landed on Saturday morning at an air force base in the northern city of Darwin, and passengers were transferred to a quarantine facility on the city’s outskirts, according to…

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