Domestic travel in question, holidaymakers urged to hold off on cancelling | 9 News Australia

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As the nation tries to keep the new Omicron variant at bay, CEO of the Tourism and Transport Forum Australia Margy Osmond says Australians need protection of the domestic market despite international border closures. Co-founder Australian Traveller Media Quentin Long has urged holidaymakers to hold off on cancelling their travel bookings despite growing concerns.

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