The Australian government has announced it will reopen its borders to international tourists with conditions

2022-04-28 0 By

Canberra, Feb. 7 (Xinhua) — Australia will reopen its borders to international tourists and other visa holders who have completed their COVID-19 vaccinations from July 21, the Australian government announced on Tuesday.Australia’s prime minister, Morrison said in a statement on the same day, the Australian health care system in response to new strains in Mick Dijon strains caused by new outbreaks have withstood the test, due to recent will be coronavirus in hospital number is on the decline, related departments accordingly agreed to further open the border, the move is to promote Macao tourism recovery.Those who have completed the full vaccination will still have to comply with quarantine regulations imposed by the relevant state or territory government upon arrival, the statement said.Those who are not fully vaccinated will need to apply for an exemption and be approved before they can enter the country.More than 20,000 new cases of the novel coronavirus were reported in Australia on Monday, according to state and territory health authorities.Data from the Federal Department of Health show that the number of new cases in Australia in a single day peaked in early January and has been on a downward trend recently.In March 2020, the Australian government closed its borders in response to COVID-19.From November 2021, the Australian government will reopen the border in stages, allowing visa holders such as Australian citizens, permanent residents and international students to enter the country.Editor in charge: Xiao Tian