Travel exemptions scrapped: PM labels Queensland the ‘reverse Hotel California’
The federal government has scrapped exemptions for fully vaccinated Australians to leave the country.
From November 1, vaccinated Australians will be able to come and go from NSW and Victoria without any quarantine.
Arrivals into Queensland will still need to undergo quarantine until the state reaches 90 per cent vaccination.
Travellers will be able to book flights from today without being asked for an exemption.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison told Neil Breen overseas travel is open to everyone.
“You can fly out, you won’t be able to fly back into Queensland without doing two weeks of hotel quarantine.
“It’s a bit of a reverse Hotel California there…”
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