Victorian premier says he does now not know location of the gang and has written to Scott Morrison to specific unhappiness
- Victorian premier says he gained ‘no caution’ earlier than New Zealanders arrived. Apply are living
The Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, has condemned disasters that allowed a thriller team of 17 New Zealanders to fly into the state on Friday, criticising the Australian Border Pressure for delays in offering important passenger data and writing to Scott Morrison to specific his unhappiness.
Seventeen New Zealanders who travelled to Sydney during the newly shaped global shuttle bubble have been allowed to fly to Melbourne airport overdue Friday afternoon, in spite of the state expressly except itself from the bubble association.