Covid-19: Queensland will be open to Victoria and NSW from December 1


Open for Christmas! Queensland opens its border with New South Wales on December 1 – and allows visitors from Victoria if they only take one more covid day off

Queensland will open its borders to Greater Sydney on December 1, after the city has not recorded mystery cases of Covid-19 for 28 days in a row.

The Sunshine State will also open to Victoria on the same day if it records another day with zero new cases on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the news Tuesday morning, saying, “We know how difficult this has been for families. This is a great day. It’s exciting news. ‘

South Australians stay out of Queensland after a cluster in Adelaide last week with a review at the end of the month.

Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the news Tuesday morning, saying, “We know how difficult this has been for families.  This is a great day.  It's exciting news.  '

Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk announced the news Tuesday morning, saying, “We know how difficult this has been for families. This is a great day. It’s exciting news. ‘

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