Australia set to restart international travel in November, Scott Morrison says

Posted by on October 1, 2021 4:11 am
Categories: Global Stories

Prime minister announces plans to allow vaccinated passengers into Australia with a pre-flight Covid test and one week of home quarantine

Australian states will be able to reopen to international travellers in November once they hit their 80% vaccination targets, under a plan outlined by Scott Morrison on Friday.

The plan would see states follow the New South Wales lead in allowing travel for vaccinated passengers with pre-flight Covid testing and one week of home quarantine.

Seven-day home quarantine for Australian citizens and permanent residents fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved for use in Australia or “recognised” by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.

Fourteen-day hotel quarantine for anyone not vaccinated or vaccinated with a vaccine not approved or recognised by the TGA, with increased arrival caps for these travellers

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