Australia Covid news live update: states consider shorter isolation time; Qld to change border testing requirements
Queensland to allow rapid antigen test to cross border; chief health officers are reportedly considering cutting isolation periods to match the US and UK. Follow all the latest updates
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Queensland has once again made a change to the testing requirements to cross the border.
From 1 January (Saturday), travellers will be able to present a negative rapid antigen test to be able to cross the border. That means PCR tests are no longer the only way to cross the border, with hopes this will ease testing congestion.
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