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Travel bubble with Bali approved for fully vaccinated Australians from November 1 st 2021 without quarantining on return. The PM has moved to scrap the final bit of red tape stopping Aussies from travelling overseas days before the border reopens, after Jetstar launches a huge sale. Australians will be able to fly to Bali from Sydney for as little as $159 one way on some Jetstar routes from February and will no longer be required to seek an exemption to leave the country.


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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed today that Australia will scrap the final red tape hurdle for the vaccinated. The change means double vaccinated Australians will be eligible for international travel without seeking a travel exemption. Speaking on Sunrise, Mr Morrison confirmed the change adding that new travel bubble arrangements with Singapore were imminent.“Over half a million Australians have already been able to download the international vaccination certificate,” he said. “We are getting very close now to a reciprocal arrangement with Singapore.”

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The change has prompted Jetstar and Qantas to offer major discounts to get Australians travelling again with cheap deals to Hawaii, Japan, Singapore, Bali, New Zealand, Fiji and Thailand. While the Prime Minister has previously announced that international border bans will be lifted on November 1, the requirement that Australians need an exemption under biosecurity laws to leave their own country remains in place. That means travellers rushing to book flights have found they face delays and red tape in securing approval from the Department of Home Affairs to leave the country. All travel exemption requests currently need to be submitted at least two weeks prior to travel under the rules although exceptions on compassionate grounds are considered.

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The controversial ban on Australians leaving their own country came into force on August 11 under an amendment to the Biosecurity Determination 2020. The rules meant that Australian citizens and permanent residents ordinarily resident in a country outside Australia would not be automatically exempt from Australia’s outward travel restrictions.On October 1, the Prime Minister announced fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents would soon be eligible for international travel without seeking a travel exemption. ”It’s time to give Australians their lives back,” Mr Morrison said.

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But your passport for travel will now include proof that you are double vaccinated. The new rules also apply to any teenagers over the age of 12. However, children under 12 who are not eligible for a vaccine will still be able to fly. Australians who are fully vaccinated will need to show proof of their vaccination status at airport check-in on departure. Travellers will need to obtain an International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate.To apply, you need to register for a MyGov account if you don’t already have one and ensure that your vaccination is registered on the Australian Immunisation Register.This certificate will be accessible in a PDF format and can also be printed if you wish to carry a hard copy or you can hold it electronically on your phone. The Morrison Government claims that applying for your International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate “will only take a few minutes”



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