Hunt says funding was only in doubt because Queensland required test certificates, but state denies this was ever its plan
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The Queensland government has denied it ever planned to make domestic travellers require a Covid PCR test certificate on arrival in the state.
Queensland will scrap quarantine for fully vaccinated travellers who provide a negative PCR test from hotspots once 80% of Queenslanders are double-dosed.
Read the original article at The Guardian