High vaccination rates and low Covid case numbers mean border can reopen, premiers Dominic Perrottet and Daniel Andrews say
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The border between New South Wales and Victoria was opened to fully vaccinated travellers from 11.59pm on Thursday, as both state governments push ahead with “normalising living with the virus”.
The Victorian acting chief health officer, Ben Cowie, on Thursday evening reclassified the status of the Australian Capital Territory and all remaining “orange zone” areas in New South Wales.
Read the original article at The Guardian