Vaccinated Aussies no longer need to apply for an exemption to leave the country

Vaccinated Aussies no longer need to apply for an exemption to leave the country
Vaccinated Aussies no longer need to apply for an exemption to leave the country
Vaccinated Aussies no longer need to apply for an exemption to leave the country as quarantine-free bubble with Singapore is approved – here are the countries you can travel to first Jabbed Australians can travel to Singapore without quarantining on November 8 

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Fully vaccinated Australians will no longer need to apply for an exemption to leave the country as a quarantine-free bubble with Singapore is approved.

Aussies can enter Singapore without having to quarantine from November 8 with travellers to return a negative test 48 hours before arrival.

Once landed travellers will need to undergo another test and isolate until given a negative result. 

It comes as Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt approved unrestricted international travel from November 1.

Fully vaccinated Australians will no longer need to apply for an exemption to leave the country as a quarantine-free bubble with Singapore (pictured) is approved

Fully vaccinated Australians will no longer need to apply for an exemption to leave the country as a quarantine-free bubble with Singapore (pictured) is approved

Meanwhile, Australia is expected to allow quarantine-free travel for fully vaccinated international arrivals into at least four states before Christmas.

South Australia will scrap isolation requirements for overseas and domestic travellers with two coronavirus jabs when the state reaches 90 per cent immunisation coverage.

Premier Steven Marshall expects the milestone to be reached before Christmas, weeks after state borders open on November 23.

Victoria and NSW will permit double-jabbed overseas

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