New WA border rules to start on 8 December; Paul Fletcher writes to Ita Buttrose about â€˜Canberra Bubble' program; MPs hit back at China over provocative tweet. Follow latest updatesPoll: three-quarters of Australians back target of net zero by 2030China rejects Australian PM's call to apologise for â€˜repugnant' tweet Follow our global coronavirus live blogAustralia's coronavirus restrictions explained: state by state 12.39am GMT I should also point out, because I keep getting messages about it, mainly because it seems like a very funny sentence, but one of the border entry requirements for WA is travellers must confirm they have â€œnot knowingly mixed with anyone from South Australiaâ€. 12.36am GMT It's national accounts day tomorrow (very low-energy huzzah to that) â€“ but the ABS believes at least 2 points will be knocked from the GDP from a drop in trade. It says:Australia's current account surplus in seasonally adjusted terms decreased $6.3bn to $10.0bn in the September quarter 2020, driven mainly by a decreased goods and services surplus, according to latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.... In seasonally adjusted chain volume terms, the balance on goods and services surplus decreased $8.9bn, narrowing the surplus to $12.8bn. The balance on goods and services is expected to detract 2.0 percentage points from September quarter 2020 gross domestic product, assuming no significant revision to June quarter 2020 estimates of GDP.