Australia reopening its borders, an overview of the country’s roadmap to international travel

For the first time since the start of the pandemic, Australia is reopening its borders. The roadmap announced by the prime minister Scott Morrison is gradual and country specific for fully vaccinated travellers. Interstate travel has been granted from the 1st of November between New South Wales and Victoria whilst fully vaccinated travellers from New Zealand are now able to enter Australia.

From November 21st a travel bubble with Singapore will come into effect and allow quarantine-free travel between the two countries. Other countries will be addressed during the coming months.

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