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AUSTRALIA: State of Queensland declares six new Sydney Local Government Areas (LGAs) hotspots

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has added six new Sydney LGAs to its COVID hotspot areas after Waverly was declared on Friday. Anyone entering Queensland after 1am tomorrow (24 Jun 21) must quarantine for two weeks in a hotel if they have been in The City of Sydney, Woollahra, Bayside, Canada Bay, Inner West or Randwick.
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NEW ZEALAND: Quarantine Free travel from New South Wales has been paused

The New Zealand Government has announced the suspension of quarantine-free travel from New South Wales (Sydney) to New Zealand for 72 hours from NZT 11.59 pm, Tuesday 22 June 2021. Quarantine-free travel from New Zealand to NSW continues.
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AUSTRALIA: Queensland Border Passes mandatory from Saturday 19 June

From 1am on Saturday 19 June 2021 all travellers entering Queensland, regardless of origin, will be required to complete a Travel Declaration to enter the state in addition to the current Border Declaration required by those travelling from a COVID-19 hot spot. Upon arrival to Queensland you must present your pass to an Emergency Officer when requested to do so.
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AUSTRALIA: State of Queensland declares Sydney’s local government area of Waverley a hot spot

Queensland’s chief medical officer has declared Sydney’s local government area of Waverley, which includes Bondi Beach, a hot spot following more positive cases on Friday. Any Queensland residents, or NSW residents, entering the state after 1am on Saturday, who have been in the Waverley LGA area, will have to quarantine for two week in a hotel.
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AUSTRALIA: State of Queensland extends border restrictions with Greater Melbourne for further 7 days

Restrictions on people from entering Queensland from Greater Melbourne will remain in place for a further 7 days. From 1am on Saturday 19 June 2021 all travellers, regardless of origin, will be required to complete a Travel Declaration to enter the state in addition to the current Border Declaration required by those travelling from a COVID-19 hot spot. It is recommended to reconsider travel to Greater Sydney due to the current COVID-19 outbreak. At this stage no restrictions on travel to or from NSW are in place.
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