Urgent calls to close Australia borders to Indonesia amid food and mouth disease outbreak | 7NEWS

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There is a radical push to suspend travel between Australia and Bali to stop the spread of foot and mouth disease.

South Australian farmers fear tourists will carry the disease home with them with concern too for the Royal Adelaide Show.

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