Victoria to open border with NSW but Sydney is still locked out 

Every Australian will have to get a permit to enter Victoria or face a $5,000 fine – even if they come from a state with NO coronavirus cases – as Dan Andrews finally opens borders with NSW

By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:15 GMT, 11 January 2021 | Updated: 03:30 GMT, 11 January 2021


Victoria will reopen its borders to regional New South Wales but will remain off-limits to Sydney and Brisbane residents.

Premier Daniel Andrews declared the borders will reopen on Monday night while announcing a 'traffic light' system aimed to keep Victoria safe when interstate travellers cross the border. 

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From 6pm Monday, anyone wanting to enter Victoria will need to apply for a permit which will be coloured red, orange or green, based on where you're coming from and where you've been. 

Anyone coming from or has been in a red zone will not be allowed to enter Victoria without an exception or exemption.

An orange zone means that you will be able to apply for a permit and will need to take

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