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Queensland to reopen international borders from 22 January

Queensland will reopen its international borders from 22 January.

From this weekend, fully vaccinated travellers will be able to arrive in Queensland without having to quarantine.

However, travellers are asked to take a rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arrival.

Those not vaccinated will still be required to undertake a period of quarantine.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk commented, “If you have family or loved ones, I know a lot of people have sons and daughters overseas or parents or brothers and sisters overseas … from 1:00 am on Saturday, you can come into Queensland and you will no longer have to quarantine.”

As of 19 January, 88% of eligible Queensland citizens are now double jabbed, while 91% have had at least one dose.

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