Testing kit deal is 'a major step forward' with China
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The Prime Minister suggested easing restrictions was "not too far away", but warned the move would result in increased COVID-19 cases
He also said that he will not back down from calls for a WHO-led inquiry into the origin of the COVID-19 outbreak, despite a backlash from China
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia will not resort to protectionism in the face of tensions with China, and expects strong demand for exports to continue.
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