Fully vaccinated eligible visa holders will be able to enter Australia without travel exemption from December 1
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced in a press conference on Monday that skilled migrants, special visa holders, including working…
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced in a press conference on Monday that skilled migrants, special visa holders, including working holiday-makers, and international students will be allowed into Australia on December one.
Eligible visa holders will be allowed to travel to Australia without applying for a government exemption from 1 December, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced.
Two planeloads of passengers from Singapore have arrived in Sydney and Melbourne, among them the first overseas university students to return post-pandemic.
What people are saying?
Chris A For those complaining that didn’t read “Australia’s international borders have been open since the beginning of November, only fully vaccinated citizens, permanent residents and their families have been able to travel to the country without quarantining.
we need to talk While our government opens the doors to foreign students to attach to benefit payments, Australians are unemployed, business have failed over COVID,Australians having it financially tough, hospital staff under paid, bush fire relief money is in limbo,political bail outs are rife.