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Pack Your Bags! Australians Can Travel Without an Exemption from Nov 1

10/29/2021

Border Restrictions

The wait is finally over for vaccinated Australians and Permanent Residents! 

From November 1st, international travel restrictions will ease and those vaccinated Australians who have been looking forward to international travel will again be allowed to board a plane.

Gone is the 2-week quarantine requirement upon return to the country, with a requirement for all travellers to have had two doses of an approved vaccine.

This is a huge move by the Australian government and foreshadows likely further changes to travel restrictions including welcoming back international students and skilled migrants by the end of the year.

The news comes as Australia exceeded expectations about the country’s initial slow vaccination rate.

As of Tuesday 26th of October, 87.1 per cent of Australians over the age of 16 have had one dose and 74.1 per cent are fully vaccinated.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison had set a target in the national cabinet reopening plan of a 70 per cent vaccination rate and recently announced in parliament, “The national plan is being achieved and that is achieved by vaccination rates.”

He said it was likely that all international travellers, including tourists would be allowed into Australia by the end of the year.

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