Coronavirus: as Australia plans border reopening, stranded citizens wait with anxiety, trepidation

After 17 months stranded overseas, Allison Bradwell is not getting her hopes up about Australia’s plans to reopen its international borders as vaccination rates hit key thresholds next month.The Sydney native, who lives in Kuala Lumpur with her husband, is wary of Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s pledge to ease strict controls on overseas citizens returning home within weeks. She has already missed Christmas, her daughter’s graduation and her in-laws’ 90th birthdays.“There are no details behind…

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