A new survey supporting the push to end Australian border closures suggests four in five travelers want to consign the restrictions to history.
The survey also shows lockdowns have left Australians less confident about traveling outside their region.
The survey of 500 travelers commissioned by the Australian Airports Association, found 44 percent of respondents believed the 80 percent double vaccination rate should end border closures and 35 percent supported a lower trigger.
Two-thirds also supported the slow opening of international borders once 80 percent of Australians were fully vaccinated.
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