Western Australia is set to announce on Tuesday it is re-opening its borders to quarantine-free travel from New South Wales and Victoria before Christmas. Premier Mark McGowan is expected to further relax his state’s tough border restrictions on Tuesday and reveal when travellers from Australia’s two most populated states can enter WA. It will mark the first time millions of residents from the two states will be able to visit Western Australia without quarantining since the state’s borders were shut almost eight months ago on April 5. Apart from South Australia, travellers from the rest of the country have been allowed to enter the western state without the need for quarantine since November 14. But Victoria has now gone 31 days without a coronavirus case following its horror second wave and NSW will on Saturday have gone 28 days without a case involving community transmission. Masked pedestrians walk along a busy Bourke Street Mall in Melbourne on Sunday. Western Australia is set to announce it will allow quarantine-free travel from NSW and Victoria before Christmas RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Victoria suffers its first COVID-19 death in a month despite… Fury as ‘Dictator’ Daniel Andrews forces Victorians to wear… Share… Read full this story
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