Australia is set to restart international travel next month once the country hits its 80% vaccination target, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Friday.
The plan would see states follow New South Wales’ lead in allowing travel for vaccinated passengers with pre-flight COVID-19 testing and one week of home quarantine.
“Once changes are made in November, the current overseas travel restrictions related to COVID-19 will be removed and we’ll be working towards complete quarantine free travel for certain countries such as New Zealand, when it is safe to do so,” Morrison said.
The move was criticised by Queensland’s Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, who said it was “disappointing” that state and territory leaders were
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