Australia delays reopening by fifteen days due to new alternative

Next Wednesday, December 1, Australia is supposed to reopen its borders to foreign students and workers, having been closed since the pandemic was declared in March 2020. However, due to the spread of the omicron variant of COVID-19, the authorities decided this Monday to postpone fifteen days, until 15 Next December, to reopen.

The National Security Committee The country has reported that it has taken the “necessary and temporary” decision to postpone the step it would have taken from December 1 to December 15 to safely reopen Australia to groups of international students, as well as humanitarian groups, foreign workers and temporary family visa holders.

Reopen to my passengers Japan and the The Republic of Korea It has also been postponed until December 15.

“The temporary deferral will ensure that Australia can collect the information we need.” Better understanding of the omicron variable, including the efficacy of the vaccine, the diversity of the disease, even if it can generate milder symptoms, and the level of its transmission,” the authorities argue.

in this time , Australian borders are now closed to all travelers, excluding fully vaccinated Australian citizens, permanent residents and their immediate family members, as well as fully vaccinated travelers from aisles with New Zealand And Singapore.

All arrivals to the state require the passenger to undergo a negative PCR test, complete forms showing their vaccination status, and confirm compliance requirements with state and territory public health requirements.

Australia joins other countries that have decided to completely protect their borders against the new boom, such as Israel And MoroccoBanning international flights for fifteen days.

Other countries have also canceled their air connections but Only with Southern African countriesMore injuries of this type were recorded. These are the cases of Spain, the European Union and the United Kingdom, among others.

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