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UK tightens travel rules amid continued Omicron spread

Passengers will not be allowed to board a flight to the UK without producing evidence of a negative PCR or lateral flow test result. The UK will require all travellers to take a pre-flight Covid-19 test within 48 hours prior to their flight – regardless of their vaccine status. The amended rules come into force from 4am on Tuesday this week and come in light of the continued spread of the Omicron variant. They will apply to vaccinated passengers and children aged 12 and above.
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AUSTRALIA: QLD declares Greater Adelaide a hotspot

Greater Adelaide has been declared a hotspot, with arrival restrictions to come in place from 1am on Sunday, 5 December. Anyone who has been in Greater Adelaide since 1am on the 28th of November who arrives in Queensland after 1am tomorrow (Sunday 5th Dec) will be required to go into 14 days mandatory home or hotel quarantine. Travellers are required to be fully vaccinated and a negative PCR test is NOT required on arrival - however they are required to get a test as soon as possible. Anyone arriving after 1am Monday the 6th of December, you will need to receive a negative COVID PCR test result in 72 hours prior to arrival, as well as being fully vaccinated.
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Saudi Arabia to lift travel ban for India, other countries from December 1

Saudi Arabia on Friday announced the lifting of air travel restrictions from countries where flights were previously banned due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The circular allows passengers coming from Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil, Vietnam, Egypt and India to enter Saudi Arabia without the need to spend 14 days outside these countries before entering into the kingdom. However, they must spend five days in quarantine regardless of their vaccination status outside the kingdom, according to a statement carried by Saudi Press Agency.
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AUSTRALIA: New rules for entering Tasmania after December 15

From December 15, fully-vaccinated people wanting to enter Tasmania will have to complete an upgraded version of Tasmania's travel pass. "This will go live on the 12th of December and on completing the requirements of Tassie travel, a QR code for entry to Tasmania will be generated," Premier Peter Gutwein said. Anyone over the age of 12 will need to be fully vaccinated or have an approved medical exemption to enter the state. A negative COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to travel is required from those coming from a high-risk area or from overseas. Those not abiding by the rules will face a fine of up to $1,557 and can be summonsed and charged.
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AUSTRALIA: NT implements restrictions on travellers from South Australia

From 8pm tonight (Friday, 3 December 2021), all travellers from South Australia will need to do seven days' home quarantine upon arrival in the Territory.
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