COVID-19: Australia Eases Travel Restrictions ahead Border Re-opening has gathered that Australia in the early hours of Thursday eased its COVID-related travel advice for several countries including the United States, Britain and Canada as it prepares to reopen its borders next week for the first time in over 18 months.

It was also learnt that Australia will lift its outbound travel ban for fully vaccinated residents from November 1 following a strong uptake of COVID-19 vaccines, as Sydney and Melbourne, its biggest cities, look to welcome overseas travellers without quarantine.

Meanwhile as Australia begins to ease COVID-19 travel curbs, Victoria also on Thursday recorded its deadliest day of the Delta outbreak with 25 deaths and 1,923 cases, the biggest rise in infections in four days.

Recall that neighbouring New South Wales, home to Sydney, recorded 293 new cases, down from 304 on Wednesday.

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