SYDNEY, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) -- Travelers fully vaccinated against COVID-19 departing from Singapore can enter Australia without the need for quarantine starting Nov. 21.
Singapore is the second country to be granted quarantine-free travel to Australia. The deal came following the recommencement of the Australia-New Zealand travel bubble at the start of the month.
Besides being fully vaccinated, arrivals from Singapore would be required to present a negative PCR test within 72 hours of their departure, and at present would only be allowed to travel between the states of New South Wales (NSW), Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
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