Tag: Travel restrictions
Today, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a two-way travel bubble will form with Australia, meaning Australians and Kiwis may travel across the ditch without mandatory hotel quarantine.
Anyone in quarantine in the ACT due to being in Greater Brisbane will receive communications from ACT Health advising them they are able to leave quarantine, subject to them having received a negative COVID-19 test.
ACT residents who have been in Greater Brisbane since 15 March will need to enter quarantine until at least 6pm on 1 April, ACT Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith announced today.
The ACT will introduce travel restrictions with Victoria from midnight tonight, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced today, in response to the COVID-19 outbreak linked to the Melbourne Airport Holiday Inn that...
Travel restrictions in place in the ACT for people coming from Western Australia will be lifted from 6pm today.
People entering the ACT from a COVID-19 affected area in Melbourne must quarantine for 14 days, under a new ACT Public Health Direction that came into effect from 2pm today, Thursday 4...
Continued non-ACT arrivals in Canberra has prompted ACT Health to introduce new travel rules for people coming to the ACT from Greater Sydney.
The COVID-19 update provided by the NSW Government today will have no impact on the ACT’s travel restrictions for the Christmas period. “While the situation in NSW is encouraging, with eight new cases,...
It was a record day of testing in New South Wales yesterday, with 38,000 people tested for COVID-19, which identified 15 new locally aquired cases.