As of last week, all overseas visitors will be able to travel to and from Australia without being required to declare their Covid-19 vaccination status.
Unvaccinated Australians have been allowed to enter the country since earlier this year, however this has now been extended to all travellers.
The Department of Health and Aged Care said that “travellers must still comply with any remaining Covid-19 requirements of airlines and shipping operators, as well as other countries and states and territories”, which include the wearing of masks on inbound international flights, as well as state and territory orders mandating face coverings on domestic flights.
Commenting on the latest easing of restrictions Minister for Health and Aged Care, The Hon Mark Butler MP, said:
“The Chief Medical Officer has advised it is no longer necessary for travellers to declare their vaccine status as part of our management of Covid.
For assistance on travel to Australia, speak to a member of the team. Enquire here or call the team on 01892 616122.