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Mask mandate ends on domestic and international flights as Australia rolls back Covid protections

Nationwide rules for those infected also change, with isolation reduced to a minimum of five days for those with no symptoms

Passengers are no longer required to wear masks on domestic and inbound international flights as Covid rules ease across Australia.

The mandate ended at 12.01am on Friday, however travellers are still advised to consider wearing them for their own safety.

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