After More Than 150 Days South Australia Opens Domestic Border to COVID-19 Hit Stateson November 23, 2021 at 7:14 am

Hugs and tears came on Tuesday as South Australia opened its domestic border to all states and territories for the first time in more than 150 days. Fully vaccinated travellers from Victoria, New South Wales (NSW), and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) can now enter South Australia along with those from Western Australia, Queensland, Tasmania, and the Northern Territory. South Australia Premier Steven Marshall said it is time to allow reunions with loved ones as well as business and travel opportunities. “There will be some pretty happy faces down at the airport and at our borders as people start to come back into South Australia,” he said. “They’ve got to be fully vaccinated but we certainly will be welcoming them with open arms.” The premier said the long wait for less restricted travel was finally over. “This is a real pivot point for South Australia,” he said. “These border restrictions have been harsh on …

Epoch Times Sydney Staff

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