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  • Australia to lift international travel ban in November

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison is keen to reopen borders quickly but is wary of allowing foreign travellers to enter before all Australians abroad have been able to return.

    It is believed that thousands of Australians have been unable to return due to the current caps on international arrivals.

    Mr Morrison had previously indicated that tourists and other travellers will not be allowed to enter Australia until early next year. He said skilled migrants and students are likely to be the first to enter, followed by all other international visitors.

    "We're not opening up to everyone coming back to Australia at the moment," he told reporters last week. "In the first instance, it will be for Australian residents and their families. We will see how that goes and then we'll move to the other priorities."

    But Australia could still open travel bubbles with specific countries to allow quarantine-free travel for vaccinated arrivals. The federal government said this week that it is looking to introduce such a bubble with Singapore, saying the plan is in "rapid development".

    Adding to the confusion over the reopening plans, the various states and territories have all been setting markedly different rules and dates for reopening - both to travellers from other states and from overseas - and adopting different plans for scrapping hotel quarantine.

    These state-by-state variations are partly because some have no local Covid-19 cases and are pursuing an elimination strategy, while others are in the grip of undefeatable outbreaks.

    Rules for international vaccinated travellers

    Australia is likely to allow non-Australian visitors from early next year, aside from possible earlier bubbles with partner countries.

    Quarantine rules will vary by state.

    New South Wales: Quarantine-free entry from Nov 1

    Victoria: Likely to adopt home quarantine soon, before moving to no quarantine

    Queensland: Home quarantine from mid-December, before moving to no quarantine

    Western Australia: Unlikely to ease 14-day hotel quarantine until next year

    Other states and territories: Rules vary, most are likely to allow seven-day home quarantine by end of year

    Source: PM Morrison


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