Australia to Reopen for International Travel

Australia will reopen its borders to international travel next month, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Friday.

“We will be able to open international borders again and that will allow Australians who have been fully vaccinated, and Australians and Australian residents overseas who have been fully vaccinated, to be able to travel again,” Morrison said, adding that now “it is time.” to restore Australian lives.”

The restrictions will be lifted once the country reaches 80 percent of its two-dose vaccination target. The target is expected to be met in November.

Australians and Australian residents who have been fully immunized with vaccines approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Therapeutic Goods Administration) will be required to be quarantined for seven days, while others will have to spend two weeks in quarantine.

Morrison said the Therapeutic Goods Administration had recognized two other vaccines for international passengers entering Australia. “The vaccines are Sinovac and COVID Shield,” Morrison said. He said he acknowledged the two vaccines would help passengers entering from India and China. [lt/uh]

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