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Australia no longer requires international travelers to have the Covid-19 vaccine

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Australia no longer requires international travelers to have the Covid-19 vaccine. Beginning on Wednesday, international visitors won’t need to declare whether they have received their COVID-19 vaccination, per the country’s chief medical officer’s recommendation.

All individuals with valid visas will be able to enter the nation without restriction thanks to the modification made to the Biosecurity Act.

In addition to other nations, states, and territories, airlines and shipping companies have implemented COVID-19 regulations that travelers must still follow.

In addition to the state- and territory-imposed regulations for masks for domestic flights, masks continue to be required for all international planes arriving at airports.

The improvements for visa holders, will attract more talented employees to the nation.

Additionally, the maritime travel declaration will be eliminated.

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