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From July 6, a vaccination certificate will no longer be required to enter the country

Australia also removes recent entry restrictions: since wednesday, July 6I international travelers They will then be able to enter the country Without the need to show a vaccination certificate against Covid-19.

“The Chief Medical Officer has advised that travelers no longer need to declare their vaccination status as part of our pandemic management,” Federal Health Minister Mark Butler said in a statement.

Passengers still have to comply with current regulations of airlines and freight operators, as well as from other states, states and territories. Masks remain mandatory when international flights arrive, while requirements imposed by states and territories remain on domestic flights.

“Removing these commitments will not only reduce delays at our airports, but will encourage more visitors and skilled workers to choose Australia as their destination,” Australian Minister of Home Affairs and Cyber ​​Security Claire O’Neill said in a note.

The obligation of all travelers to complete the travel authorization form will also be voided.

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