World news – Hogan is pleased with the border changes in Queensland


Rep. Kevin Hogan has shared his thoughts on recent changes to the Queensland border announced earlier this week.

Starting Monday February 1st, the Queensland border will open to all NSW residents and others. This will end the border control points and border passes for the time being.

Mr Hogan was a strong advocate of keeping the Queensland border open during the pandemic, and he reiterated this at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new science building at St. Mary’s College.

« It’s really good to see the Queensland border reopen. As a federal parliament, we’ve always relied on the advice of the chief medical officer, » he said.

« The Chief Medical Officer never recommended that state borders should be closed.

Mr Hogan said residents could look forward to improved travel times with the dismantling of border checkpoints.

« There will be no waiting, just the damage it does to people’s livelihoods, to cars and to the environment when you queue to get through the border crossing, » he said.


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