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Australians can travel overseas again: what you need to know

The ban on leaving the country without an exemption is lifted from Monday. But that doesn’t mean a return to pre-Covid normal. Here are the rules

Hallelujah! Monday is the big day when fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents aged 12 and over may travel again internationally without having to apply for an exemption to leave the country.

To qualify as fully vaccinated, a vaccine must be approved or recognised by Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). This includes two doses at least 14 days apart of: AstraZeneca Vaxzevria, AstraZeneca Covishield, Pfizer/BioNtech Comirnaty, Moderna Spikevax or Sinovac Coronavac, or one dose of Janssen-Cilag Covid vaccine.

What are Australia’s exit and re-entry requirements?

What are the requirements of your destination country?

What is your tolerance and budget for potential disruption caused by Covid-19?

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