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Potential quarantining will turn off travellers

Potential quarantining will turn off travellers.

A new study by technology and insights specialists Toluna found that over half (56 per cent) of Australian travellers would cancel their plans if they had to quarantine at their destination, whilst 44 per cent of people said they would also cancel their holiday if they had to quarantine at home when they returned from their vacation.

The threat of coronavirus spikes also worry travellers, with 70 per cent admitted they would cancel travel plans if there was a spike in the number of infections in their home country whilst over half (56 per cent) would cancel their holidays if their destination was increasingly affected.

And for those who don't want to travel, 72 per cent of people didn't feel it was safe enough to travel across Australia yet whilst over half (54 per cent) admitted they couldn't afford it.

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