Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced the Australian Borders opening tomorrow. With this, he said, International Students and Skilled visa holders can start arriving.

Australian Borders Opening

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced that the country’s border will be opened tomorrow in line with the Australian government’s current announcement. The Australian borders opening has been postponed for two weeks in the wake of the omicron variant of the coronavirus. The decision to open the border on December 1 was postponed to December 15.

Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Monday that he would go ahead with the decision to open the border on December 15. Also, Australia was ready to welcome International Students and Skilled Migrants. He added that opening the country’s borders was essential for economic recovery.

He said it was decided in last week’s talks to go ahead with the current announcement regarding the opening of the border. The Prime Minister also clarified that tourists from Japan and South Korea will also be allowed from December 15.

Travel to Australia has been possible since November, but only citizens, permanent residents, and relatives who have received two doses of vaccination are allowed to travel without a quarantine