Scott Morrison aims to start international travel with vaccine status

Published on : Thursday, September 23, 2021

Scott Morrison

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has once again addressed his intent to allow the opportunity for international travel for fully vaccinated travellers. The latest announcement came during the prime minister’s address in Washington DC.

He mentioned that at 80 per cent vaccination rates the national plan provides for people to travel again and that is certainly the country intends to facilitate. He said that once an individual is vaccinated the government is expecting to be welcoming back students and skilled migrants, among others.

He also shared that upon authorities are also expecting to welcome back people into the country on vaccination basis. He said he has been discussing the matter with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian amid the state’s vaccination rates surging.

Scott Morrison concluded that he is already working through the issues with the premier of New South Wales because they’re likely to be the first state that goes into that opportunity.

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