Some Christmas cheer with borders set to open
Fully vaccinated Aussies will be able to enter South Oz without quarantining from 23 November, said Premier Steven Marshall yesterday. And Queensland’s Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk yesterday warned residents they have 5 days to get their first jab to be fully vaccinated when the state’s borders open on 17 December. Western Australia’s response is to think about reinstating its hard border with ‘non-COVID’ states South Oz, Queensland and Tassie, which have set dates this side of Chrissy to open up, with the Top End set to follow in mid-January. Further afield, Singapore has announced overnight that it will allow fully vaccinated Australians to enter the country without quarantining from 8 November.
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