Australian immigration after Covid-19

Posted on: Wed 21 Oct 2020

Population growth has been an integral factor in Australia’s economic growth for the past two decades. Immigration is the largest component of this.

Now that COVID-19 has caused our immigration numbers to decline, what needs to happen to restart immigration and in effect help our economy? And can this be achieved without a vaccine?

Anna Boucher, Associate Professor in Public Policy and Political Science at the University of Sydney, joins Breakfast to answer these questions.

Produced by Zoe Kounadis

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