By Shive Prema For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:48 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 05:52 GMT, 22 January 2021
Western Australia has eased its border with New South Wales and Queensland, meaning east coast residents will once again be able to visit the Wildflower State.
WA Premier Mark McGowan announced on Friday that NSW and Queensland will transition from a 'medium risk' to 'low risk' classification from 12.01am on Monday.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
NSW and Queensland residents still have to be tested for Covid-19 and spend 14 days in hotel quarantine upon arriving in WA.
Masked Sydneysiders in the CBD on Wednesday. NSW and Queensland residents will be able to enter Western Australia from 12:01am on Monday, provided they quarantine for 14 days upon entry
'These changes are in line with the latest health advice given the recent improvement in Queensland, with 15 days of no community cases, and in New South Wales, with seven days of no community cases,' Mr McGowan wrote on Facebook.
'The outbreak in NSW last month was