Australia will start to reopen its international borders from November, allowing fully vaccinated travellers into the country.
Only Australian citizens and permanent residents will be able to enter at first - but they'll need to quarantine for seven days.
International borders are set to reopen in November as Australia nears vaccination targets, with fully vaccinated Australians able to quarantine from home on their return. pic.twitter.com/1jpUyIQ7SZ
— SBS News (@SBSNews) October 1, 2021
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says states with vaccination rates above 80 percent will be allowed the travel freedoms.
PM Morrison says this will "enable Australians living overseas to travel again" by next month.