Australia to open borders to vaccinated travelers – MCOT Thai News Agency

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MELBOURNE, Oct. 31 – The Australian Ministry of Tourism said today. Travel from New Zealand to Australia without quarantine will resume from Monday. As Australia prepares to open some international borders For the first time since March 2020

Vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents of NSW Victoria and Canberra Australia’s capital city that has been vaccinated You will be able to travel overseas from Monday onwards without the need to seek exemption or quarantine for symptoms upon your return to Australia. Visitors from New Zealand only who are permitted to travel to Australia If vaccinated, Australian Tourism Minister Dan Tehan said in a statement: Reopening travel from New Zealand to Australia without quarantine It’s a milestone in Australia’s recovery. Australia has closed its borders since the COVID-19 outbreak. Travel is permitted only for Australian citizens and permanent residents to enter the country. They must be quarantined for 14 days at the hotel and have to pay their own expenses.-Thai News Agency

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