The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed international travel for fully vaccinated Australians will resume soon as states hit 80 per cent vaccination levels.
People who have had both doses of a TGA-approved vaccine can travel oversea, but have to quarantine inside their homes on their return for seven days.
“It’s time to give Australians their lives back,” Mr Morrison said.
“So as I said in the national plan, we will move to a phase where there will be caps lifted if you’re vaccinated,” Mr Morrison said.
“Caps will remain for non-vaccinated and there will be the managed quarantine process for the 14 days.
“We’re also offering facilitated commercial flights for Australians overseas into states and territories that agree to commence the home quarantine trials.”