Australia. Australia on Monday eased its travel rules to allow fully vaccinated tourists to enter the country from December 1 without applying for a travel waiver.
Such eligible passport holders include skilled manpower, students, humanitarian workers, vacationers, and those carrying temporary family passports.
The Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison said in a statement that from 1 December 2021, fully vaccinated eligible visa holders will be able to come to Australia without applying for a travel waiver.
Under these provisions, Morrison will require passengers to receive the full amount of vaccines approved or approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia.
Australia reopened its border to quarantine-free passengers on November 1 after months of severe epidemic bans.
On March 20 last year, Australia had adopted the world’s toughest border restrictions aimed at controlling the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. Australia had also banned its citizens from traveling abroad without permission for 18 months.
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