Sydney will end its Covid-19 quarantine for fully vaccinated international travelers from November 1
Sydney will end all quarantine requirements for travellers from next month, officials said on Friday, an abrupt step toward reopening…
Sydney will end all quarantine requirements for travellers from next month, officials said on Friday, an abrupt step toward reopening Australia’s long-shuttered borders.
Morrison had said he was unsure whether he would travel to the summit on Oct. 31-Nov. 12 because of the situation with COVID-19, but those concerns are easing as Sydney ends its quarantine requirements on Nov. 1.
The Australian state of New South Wales with Sydney as the capital city will end COVID-19 hotel quarantine requirements for people entering the state from November 1.
What people are saying?
En Scott Morrison made it clear there is NO mandatory vaccination in Australia . Supreme Court have to show us WHERE in OHS under law does it state employers can tell you to take a trial medical intervention to keep the work place in compliance with OHS standards . DOESN’T EXIST!!
Kylie Hughes Incorrect, citizens and residents of Australia can return home first. Than by December, borders for tourism will open up.