Mr Tehan is confident NSW would get on top of the latest threat of outbreak.
“(We) want to trust our contact tracing and our testing. The community understands the importance of making sure that they get tested, if they have got a sore throat or any symptoms,” Mr Tehan told Today.
Mr Tehan said keeping borders open was the best thing Australia could do to support the 600,000 jobs in the country’s tourism industry and he was confident the New Zealand trans-Tasman bubble wouldn’t be affected.
“The travel bubble has stood the test of time so far. We have had some small outbreaks and it’s remained open,” Mr Tehan said.
“I think it is a credit to the way New Zealand and Australia officials have been able to operate the…