International travel won't be an option until 2021 at the earliest, according to a survey of Australian economists – with one big exception
With the possible exception of New Zealand, there’s not a chance in hell of getting out of the country, according to the majority of economists.
In a survey of 31 economists conducted by Finder, just four suspected Australian borders could open before the end of the year.
The other 27, or 87%, forecast travel restrictions were at an absolute minimum seven months away from being relaxed. Of those, estimates differed widely on when Australians might be able to venture out to far flung lands.