Australia lifts ban on overseas travel next November

Australia lifts ban on overseas travel next November
Australia lifts ban on overseas travel next November

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said – in comments reported by the Australian newspaper (The Guardian) that from November “we will allow Australians, permanent residents, citizens and their families, to leave the country from wherever they live and return to it.”


Although vaccinated travelers will be able to reach NSW without being quarantined, Morrison noted that arrivals will be subject to restrictions in other states “due to vaccination levels in those places”.


In response to the decision, Qantas has moved forward with a two-week resumption of international travel, announcing that it will operate up to five return flights per week from Sydney to London and up to four weekly flights from Sydney to Los Angeles from the beginning of November.


However, travelers leaving Australia will face uncertainty about which ports they can return to other than Sydney and when other states will follow New South Wales’s steps in quarantine-free travel, and Victoria is likely to do so when the two-dose vaccination rate reaches 80 in cent in early November.

 
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