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Tasmania Travel Ban !

From midnight on Friday, only essential travellers will be allowed into Tasmania without going into quarantine.

Any non-essential traveller into Tasmania will be required to go into a period of 14 days of quarantine. Essential travellers will be those that are important to our health effort, or to an emergency situation, or those that keep our trade links running.

Tasmanian residents who are returning to the state after midnight on Friday will also have to comply with the quarantine.

https://www.smh.com.au/national/tasm...19-p54bn2.html

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Section 92, is not as clear cut as you may think.

In Cunliffe v The Commonwealth (1994), Mason CJ said that the freedom of intercourse which s 92 guarantees is not absolute:

Hence, a law which in terms applies to movement across a border and imposes a burden or restriction is invalid. But, a law which imposes an incidental burden or restriction on interstate intercourse in the course of regulating a subject-matter other than interstate intercourse would not fail if the burden or restriction was reasonably necessary for the purpose of preserving an ordered society under a system of representative government and democracy and the burden or restriction was not disproportionate to that end. Once again, it would be a matter of weighing the competing public interests.

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