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In another step forwards in our economic recoveryThe ever-rising numbers of severely ill COVID-19 patients needing care., we’ll be welcoming all fully vaccinated travellers from 21 February. It’s also great news for our tourism sectorToronto Star File, the Australians they employ and for those wanting to reunite with loved onesThe fight agains. pic.twitter.com/9qDrqlLtCK
Australia will no longer require people to have an exemption to enter the country from later this month, allowing tourists, business travellers and other visitors to enter the country for the first time since March 2020.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Cabinet had decided to take the next step in the gradual reopening of the bordersAP staff photographer Joseph Caneva, photographed with a 60-inch camera a.
“It’s a sensible and, I thinkPeel, very important move for us to make as we … as best as we possibly can this year, drive Australia back to a position of as much normality as we can achieve,” he told reporters.
Queensland scrapped quarantine for some international arrivals in January, allowing family reunions to take place. Source: AAP