Australia’s borders are set to finally reopen to fully vaccinated tourists and all visa-holders from 21 February, marking the first time the country has eased all of its border restrictions since they were introduced in March 2020.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed the news on Monday, following a meeting with National Cabinet.
“It’s almost two years since we took the decision to close the borders to Australia. The national cabinet has decided today Australia will reopen our borders to all remaining visa holders on February 21 of this year.
“We have been progressively opening our borders since November of last year. Those programs have proceeded very successfully.
All travelers entering Australia will need to continue to abide by current federal vaccination mandates, meaning they are double-jabbed with a TGA-recognised vaccine and will need to return a negative COVID rapid antigen test, under supervision, within 24 hours of boarding their flight.
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