COVID-19 throws Australia's migration program into disarray - ABC News

The shutting of international borders due to COVID-19 has meant Australia's current migrant intake is effectively zero, and the Federal Government says finding work for locals will be a priority in the economic recovery. But regional community and business leaders say the need for migrants to fill skills shortages in rural areas won't suddenly evaporate. Click here to tune into ABC News. 

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